Starting out on your own can mean dealing with unfamiliar, even intimidating, situations, especially when it comes to finances. This helpful new guide explains the key to financial success and the way to avoid some common financial pitfalls, including falling into debt incurring unnecessary fees and penalties, and pulling off investing. It's arming yourself from the start with the information you need to make smart decisions.Or you might use a charge card for your regular expenses and a credit card for larger purchases so you can stretch these payments over time. to know the consequences ... Be wary, too, of scams and shady deals if youa#39;ve had credit problems.
|Title||:||It's Your Financial Life|
|Author||:||Virginia B. Morris, Kenneth M. Morris|
|Publisher||:||Lightbulb Press, Inc. - 2010-07-16|