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Posted April 27, 2015 by

7 Reasons Why You Should Establish Credit While You Are In College

Smiling college student with credit card and laptop

Smiling college student with credit card and laptop. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

One of the rites of passage for college students is obtaining credit cards and beginning to establish their financial history. For some, the availability of new credit is an opportunity for expenditures that are out of reach, but for others it presents the valuable chance to establish their credit for the future.

If you are wondering if it is worth it to apply for a credit card or other type of financing arrangement, there are some good reasons to do so that have nothing to do with a shopping excursion or spring vacation. Credit card companies are willing to take a chance on college students even without a credit history, and you should take advantage of the opportunity to establish your credit even before you apply for your first job. (more…)

Posted March 13, 2014 by

Developing your Career Potential in Providing Credit Relief Services

Green road sign with debt relief just ahead; clouds and sunlight in background

Green road sign with debt relief just ahead; clouds and sunlight in background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A career in credit relief implies several key responsibilities. The vacuum of credit needs the best understanding of different relevant scenarios. You need to maintain a good knowledge on how banks work and how agencies assign a credit score. Finding the right company is essential for professional success. You need to check the registration and licensing details of the service where you are applying. Not all companies operate a legal business although they may publish vacancy advertisements. Check in the different factors defining the credibility of the service. Always verify the service has a valid licensure to offer debt financing. You may need debt assistance personally. You also need a job. Combine both aspects and look for a stable job at a debt relief service. (more…)

Posted September 11, 2013 by

Why Having Good Credit Could Payoff in Your Entry Level Job Search

While there are various factors that can affect your entry level job search, the following post discusses one you may not think about: your credit.

If you’re climbing the ladder to your dream job, you’ve thought about every detail: your resume layout, your interview techniques, your clothing and even your haircut. But have you checked your credit history lately? You may not be aware of it, but your credit history has more to do with your career potential than you think. The Fair

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Posted April 04, 2013 by

Don’t Fall Prey to Bad Credit Cards

Lots of hands showing off credit cards

Lots of hands showing off credit cards. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

As a recent college grad you are walking through life with a giant target painted on your back. It’s a target that only credit card companies can see and believe us when we tell you that they are going to throw everything they can at that target and hope that it sticks.

Do you remember the tables that would get set up on campus with the guys who would jump out with a clipboard and a sign up form and tell you all about the awesomeness of credit cards while trying to minimize the 30% interest rate? You’re going to get those same offers but now they will come in the mail. (more…)