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Should I Pay My IRS Taxes With My Credit Card

April 5, 2017
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Income taxes are due on April 18 this year, and with just two weeks to go, many of us are already trying to figure out how to pay what we owe. Using a credit card to pay taxes may seem like an easy way to appease the IRS, but this may not be the...

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Colleges Failing to Educate Students about Debt

May 18, 2016
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By LowCards.Com 71% of this year’s college graduates did not receive credit or debt management classes, even though 69% of them will have to pay back student loans after graduation, according to an Experian survey released today. On average, students rewarded their schools a “C” when it came to preparing them to manage credit and...

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Nearly One-Fifth of Millennials’ Salaries Spent on Student Loan Repayments

April 18, 2016
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By LowCards.com College graduates with student loans spend nearly one-fifth (18%) of their salaries on student loan payments, according to new research from Citizens Bank. 60% of these graduates, aged 35 and under, expect to be paying student loans into their 40s. Even though they’re struggling with this debt, only half of the respondents have looked into...

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Valentine’s Day Tips for Merging Finances

February 11, 2016
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By LowCards.com Financial planning may not be as romantic as flowers and a fancy dinner on Valentine’s Day, but it could bring more peace and happiness into your relationship. Money is the leading cause of stress and arguments in marriage, so having a financial plan can reduce stress and create a better environment for...

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