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The Centsables Oct 17
This is not how to manage credit
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American Bankers Association Oct 17
Remember, our with is this afternoon at 3PM EST! Learn more:
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Rod Griffin Oct 17
A2: Credit is a financial tool. Debt is a financial problem.
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Laura Levine Oct 17
A1: Learning by trial and error can be expensive. Teach them early to avoid missteps altogether.
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Laura Levine Oct 17
A1: Kids see us using credit. A simple explanation may ward off their misperceptions.
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Lynnette KhalfaniCox Oct 3
Dogs are more expensive, hands down! Every time my husband and I travel out of town, we have to pay 4 boarding for our two Beagles, Comet & Astro. It really adds up! But hubby tells me that in his previous single life when he had a cat, it never needed that!
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Tapmaster Oct 16
Does Experian do a credit report in Belgium
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Experian Oct 17
How is everyone doing today?
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Jump$tart Coalition Oct 18
TY you guys are too fun! So glad to have met you in the !
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SD Fin. Literacy Ctr Sep 19
A11: Don’t be afraid to talk about money with your kids! Talk about money early and often!
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GBR Sep 5
Replying to @MsMadamMoney
Love this - so many people are afraid or ashamed to ask for help when they need it in general, but ESPECIALLY when it comes to money!
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Wealthy and Wise Woman Oct 18
Replying to @Experian
A5: Choose credit cards based on your needs, how you plan to use it, and your money personality (how you manage money). Not just for a quick discount or one time benefits
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EarlyRetirementNow Jul 25
Don’t lose your nerve and keep investing even during bear markets!
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Wealthy and Wise Woman Oct 18
Replying to @Experian
A5: You get charged a premium fee (interest rate) for using money that you haven't earned yet and you are lowering your future dollars for a current benefit so what you are buying better be worth it
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Lisa Rowan Sep 5
Replying to @Experian
A10: If you slip up, start again tomorrow. This is a journey, and it will have setbacks. But you will learn how to overcome them!
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PenniesToWealth Sep 5
A10: As a final tip - DON'T GIVE UP! Depending on how much debt you have, paying it off might seem like an impossible task. You'll have to find ways to stay motivated during your journey. But stick with it, we promise it'll be worth it in the end!
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Kimberly Palmer Sep 19
A1 It's never too early to talk to kids about money! Even when they are 2 and start asking for things - it's a great time to explain we can't have everything we want :)
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Leah Hadley, CDFA, MAFF Sep 12
A8: Create a financial plan together. Regularly discuss finances openly and honestly with a focus on your goals.
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FrogskinU Oct 18
fro the savvy retweets from :) Hoppy Thursday :)
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FrogskinU Oct 18
Replying to @HeatherMcElrath
We think you are frogtastic too :) Great to meet you through
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