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.And while many credit cards dona#39;t impose a finance charge if you pay back the credit youa#39;ve used within a certain ... GIVE YOURSELF A LITTLE CREDIT If you dona#39;t have a lot of cash, being able to buy things on credit can be a big help when ... Most merchants require a credit card number to reserve a hotel room, an airline flight, or a car rental, and of course, ... some common financial pitfalls, including falling into debt, incurring unnecessary fees and penalties, and putting off investing.
|Title||:||It's Your Financial Life|
|Author||:||Virginia B. Morris, Kenneth M. Morris|
|Publisher||:||Lightbulb Press, Inc. - 2010-07-16|