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If I wanted to ride a giraffe, I would put it on my card.
I carry two credit cards. One for business, one for personal.
I put EVERYTHING on them.
Then I pay them off at the end of the month.
(NOT that kind of 'ride', you freaks)
They let me comment on this BS article but no comments allowed on todays FED's article/actions and how it affects "savers" vs the giddy Wall Street crowd.
College tuition is on a card will at least allow you to declare banckrupty on it. Federal student loans won't. I had medical problems that put me off the carreer track and can't find a job in my field. I have a ton of student loans I can't pay off and can't get rid of.
Carrying credit card debt is the equivalent of having cancer of your finances. You're on your way to dying unless you get some serious help.
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