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Credit Cards - Blessing or Curse?
A curse or a blessing? Getting your first credit card can be a good experience. But without wise counsel, it's easy to misuse credit cards -- creating long-lasting, negative financial consequences for the rest of your life. In the World's Easiest Pocket Guide to Getting Your First Credit Card, Larry Burkett tells you all you need to know about responsibly owning a credit card so that tool will make your life better, not worse. Larry's pointers include:
  • Benefits of credit cards
  • Dangers of credit cards
  • Saving versus credit
  • Symptoms of financial bondage
  • How to use a credit card wisely
  • How to find the right card for you
  • Are you ready?
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  • Author: Larry Burkett
  • # of Pages: 64
  • Format: Paperback


  • Table of Contents
  • Chapter 1: What is a Credit Card
  • Chapter 2: Curse or Blessing?
  • Chapter 3: The Benefits of Credit Cards
  • Chapter 4: The Dangers of Credit Cards
  • Chapter 5: What's in it for the Bank?
  • Chapter 6: How to Use a Credit Card Wisely
  • Chapter 7: Should You Get a Credit Card?
  • Chapter 8: Finding the Right Card
  • Chapter 9: Credit You Don't Want
  • Chapter 10: Summing It Up

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    Great Introduction to Credit Cards October 26, 2010
    Reviewer: Misty Marr from Buckeye, AZ United States  
    These books are a great introduction to credit cards.  I feel like it gives an excellent overview of the pros and cons.  It explains well the dangers and pitfalls of having credit, and it clearly shows the financial losses that come from not paying your bill.  At the same time it helps you learn to use them wisely.  This would be great for your young teens to gain a good understanding of how credit works, and it is also good for the adult who needs a refresher.  This is a very balanced perspective.

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