Tips For College Students on Credit Card Use

Posted by administrator | 23/08/12 | Tagged Credit Card

Tips For College Students on Credit Card Use
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This Could Be The End Of Reward Credit Cards
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Do you know what interchange fees (they’re also called “swipe fees”) are? Not many people do.

But they’re the cut of the value of every transaction that’s taken by the processor (American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa) every time you use your debit or credit card. And most of what’s charged, typically 2 percent or so, for a credit card swipe is passed on to your card issuer.

For many credit card users, interchange fees are a large part of what makes their financial world go round. Think about it. If you’re one of those lucky (or responsible) people who don’t pay either an annual fee or interest, you’re getting an awful lot of servi…………… continues on Business Insider

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What Happens to Credit Card Debt When You Die?

Posted by administrator | 23/08/12 | Tagged Credit Card Debt

What Happens to Credit Card Debt When You Die?
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After the death of a family member, many spouses, ex-spouses and even adult children find themselves with a surprise “inheritance” — leftover credit card debt.

When someone dies, the estate pays credit-card balances and other debts. If a person dies with more debts than assets to pay them, creditors can be out of luck — and they often are.

But there are exceptions that could leave the survivors on the hook for someone else’s credit-card balance after that person’s death.

Joint cardholders beware

If you’re a joint cardholder, meaning you co-signed for the credit card, you’re liable for the debt. Parents sometimes do this for children who are just starting out, or adult children will co-sign with their elderly parents, perhaps to help keep track of expenses.

If you’re only an authorized user, you’re not liable when the cardholder dies. If you co-signed as a joint cardhol…………… continues on CNBC.com

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Problems at work and credit card debt
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A reader from Dubai asks: My company has signed my labour contract but didn’t give me a copy so I don’t know whether my contract is limited or unlimited. Is this legal or not? There are a lot of accommodation and other problems. According to my appointment letter, they offer an HRA but are refusing to give it due to the global recession.

So can I resign on these grounds? What will my position be if my resignation is against the labour law. I work in the private sector. The company has signed a letter saying that if I leave my job before the end of my contract, I have to pay

I have completed eight months in this company. If I resign for the reason that I’m not getting my rights as per the labour law, what action can the company take? Note: I hold a diploma.

Answer: The questioner may obtain a copy of the employment contract upon reviewing the ministry as well as the typing offices which deal with the Ministry of Labour. Failure…………… continues on gulfnews.com

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