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Earn 50,000 Bonus Points with the Southwest Rapid Rewards Plus Credit Card
When it comes to choosing a travel rewards credit card, if you are a loyal customer of a specific airline, it can pay off to pick an airline-branded credit card which offers special perks and rewards when you fly with it. For fans of Southwest Airlines, the Southwest Rapid Rewards Plus Credit Card is a […]

6 Ways Credit Affects Your Everyday Life
Credit is like an invisible shadow that follows each of us around throughout our lives. For those who have good credit, it’s easy not to pay attention to the shadow; it’s simply present in the background and not noticeable unless you’re actively seeking a loan or applying for a credit card. On the other hand, […]

How Can I Maintain Good Credit?
We talk a lot about improving less-than-stellar credit, but continuing to maintain good credit once you’ve worked to build it requires a different perspective. Credit maintenance is about commitment and consistency. Good credit is a journey, not a destination, and like many other goals – such as staying healthy, doing well in school or advancing […]

Why Good Credit Matters After Retirement
Some people imagine retired, debt-free individuals to be above the consequences of bad credit scores. They think that if a retiree has paid off their home along with any other loans or debt they accumulated, then their credit scores don’t matter, while the reality is commitment to good credit is a lifelong endeavor that even retired individuals […]


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