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So Long, Employment: Top Five Fraudulent Corporate Credit Card Practices

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It’s easy to get carried away with corporate perks. But charging your company credit card on personal items–big ticket or otherwise–can land you in the unemployment line–or in jail. Here are examples of the top five offenses:
#5: Buy Yourself an Education
Betsy Collins was an executive assistant at a burgeoning home improvement company. She noticed that [...]

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Published on June 16th, 2010 - 2 Comments
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The Credit CARD Act: Time to Change Your Relationship with Lenders

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I could feel the pain felt by every credit card user who suddenly realized it could take forever to retire their debt. The notice from the credit card company said if I paid the minimum balance their way, it would take 502 years to settle the account.
The good news was that account terms must now [...]

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Published on May 27th, 2010 - Leave a Comment
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Do You Spend More With Credit Cards?

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I’m sure that you’ve heard the statistics before… People who use credit cards spend more than those who use cash. The argument is that cash helps you to see and feel the money leaving your pocket, and thus it helps you reign in your spending.
While this makes perfect sense on the surface, where are the [...]

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Published on April 2nd, 2008 - 2 Comments
Filed under: Credit Card Habits, Debit Cards

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