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Debit vs Credit - Using Debit vs Credit Cards in Everyday Life

Debit vs Credit – Using Debit vs Credit Cards in Everyday Life

A Few Words About Debit Cards Though debit cards are pretty much like credit cards, there are significant differences between these two. Account The basic difference is in the account they pull money out of. Debit cards pull out from brokerage or checking account and do not increase or create a l

Debit or Credit_Who Pays Interchange Fees_II

Debit or Credit_Who Pays Interchange Fees_II

Risks of Debit Transactions with a Plastic Card When you buy something and choose your payment to be done by debit transaction, you’ll have it done online by entering your personal identification number (PIN). While this method of payment is sometimes more preferable than credit transaction and h

Debit or Credit_Who Pays Interchange Fees_I

Debit or Credit_Who Pays Interchange Fees_I

Things you Need to Know About Debit and Credit Transactions The choice of debit or credit transaction, when buying with plastic, determines the way your purchase will be processed, how long processing will take, and who will pay the interchange fees. Choosing between debit and credit When using a

Advantages of Federal Student Loans

Advantages of Federal Student Loans

When Looking for a Student Loan. Federal Student Loans When you consider taking an education loan, start with federal loans. The following advantages federal student loans have over private ones make the first ones more preferable. Knowing these advantages you’d find it wise to turn to private lo

Risky Mortgage Rundown

Risky Mortgage Rundown

Risky Mortgages You’d Better Avoid Today, with a mortgage or refinance being so hard to obtain due to the housing bubble that resulted in a global financial crisis, we are subject to higher risk of signing up to a risky mortgage like those that already have lead countless homes into foreclosure.

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