Other posts in the Credit Cards Category

Why Skip-a-Payment?

During the holidays do you find yourself scrimping to make ends meet and aren’t sure how you’re going to pay this month’s bills? Know that you’re not alone. This is why WWFCU offers Skip-a-Payment. What is Skip-a-Payment? If you have a loan at WWFCU and want a month off of your loan payment, all you

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Understanding Your Credit Report

By now, you’ve probably heard it’s in your best interest to check your credit report a couple of times per year for accuracy and errors. But do you know what to actually look for once you’ve got your credit report in front of you? Getting Your Report To be able to review your credit report,

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Which to Choose – Credit or Debit?

Credit or debit? Most of us are asked that question several times a week when using our debit card. But do you truly know what the difference is and which is the best choice for you? Choosing Debit You use your PIN for purchases It’s an offline transaction when you check out There are lower

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Twelve Easy Ways to Save Money

In honor of National Savings Day on October 12, we thought we’d give you some realistic ways to save money. If you’re like most, you have the best intentions when it comes to saving, but have a hard time following through. That’s why we have twelve easy ways to save: Credit Cards Pay your cards

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Tips to Help Protect Yourself from Fraud

You wouldn’t leave your cash or credit cards out in public for anyone to use, would you? These days you need to protect yourself and your money from thieves and hackers in all you do. The smarter technology becomes, the savvier thieves are becoming as well. The amount of credit card numbers being exposed to

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How to Build Credit Without a Credit Card

You need credit. In order to buy a home, be eligible for loans, and live a financially healthy life, you’ll need to participate in some sort of credit. Many Americans turn to credit cards as the primary way to build their credit report and score, but they can also pose problems. Credit card debt adds

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Can Small Businesses Afford Not to Accept Credit Cards?

It’s probably no surprise that two thirds of shoppers prefer to use credit cards over cash on a day-to-day basis. For consumers, there are usually secondary benefits to using a credit card—they get airline miles or cash back—and there is often less risk in using credit cards—if cash is stolen, it’s gone for good, but

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Building Credit: Teens and Credit Cards

If someone recommended getting your teenager a credit card, your first reaction might be to call them crazy. But maybe there’s something to it. Building good credit is a long and sometimes complicated process. Young adults ages 17 and 18 are signing off on five-digit student loans, young college students are looking to buy their

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Ways Businesses Can Save on Credit Card Processing Fees

Small Business could miss out in sales in case they decide not to accept payment using credit cards. In 2014, 35% of consumers preferred credit cards over any other type of payment. Some small business build the cost of accepting credit card in the final price of goods. Instead, there are ways businesses can save

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Save Money on Credit Cards

You can save as much as a thousand dollars or more each year in lower credit card interest charges by paying off your entire bill each month or by using a check, cash or debit card for purchases. If you are unable to pay off a large balance, pay as much as you can and

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