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Know About Your Money – Finding The Best Credit Card Deal



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Dec 18 2007
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Gone were the days when you need to satisfy the tight requirements before you can walk away as the proud owner of a credit card. Recently I received a credit card issued by Citibank that comes specifically with goodies if you’re a frequent traveller of AirAsia. Credit card marketing is getting creative, what more with other corporate partnerships. It’s rather difficult to live without a credit card, at least not me. But I still believe that unless you can control your spending habit and able to pay your outstanding, don’t try walking around with one.

If your financial situation is a little precarious coming up to the New Year then your resolution should be to sort it out. After Christmas there is no better time to sort out your finances and credit card debt because you can accurately gage what you can afford to pay out in order to get it clear. There will also be more and more credit card offers available to you so you can make the most of them and choose the best one for you if you compare credit cards effectively.

But how can you do that? It can be a lot of time and hassle, unless you use one of the better credit card comparison websites available. One of those that you should consider using is About Your Money. This is one of the newer ones but it is just as good as the larger ones and is not peppered with advertising! There are compare credit cards tables, interest rates, offers and anything else you may want to know all laid out in a handy package that is extremely easy to use.

To be honest, there are that many credit cards available at the moment that you would be forgiven for getting confused when you try to compare them. That may be why they have provided a guide as well to help you to figure out what you want and need. Check it out because you’ll find it much better than taking a stab in the dark and choosing the wrong one!

However as usual, credit card is a tool to facilitate whenever you’re short of cash. So treat it as a tool of convenience and not a tool to be abused.



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Is there a site comparing M’sian credit cards, or the financial products? It will be very helpful.

Is there a site comparing M’sian credit cards, or the financial products? It will be very helpful.

not that i know of … but i’ll surely blog about it if i know of its existence …

cheers …

not that i know of … but i’ll surely blog about it if i know of its existence …cheers …

thanx anonymous for the links provided … most appreciated …

cheers …

thanx anonymous for the links provided … most appreciated …cheers …

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