10 Credit Card LIES You Need to Stop Believing

Do you believe any of these 10 credit card myths? Learn WHAT they are and WHY they’re false. That way you can use credit cards the right way, avoid debt, and improve your financial health! Click “Show More” to see Ad Disclosure.

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Let’s talk about credit card myths / lies. There’s a ton of misinformation floating around about the right ways AND wrong ways to use credit cards (plus some other tactics that are unnecessary). When it comes to being financially responsible and managing your money properly, credit cards usually play an important role in that. So, it’s crucial to learn the right way to use credit cards and ignore the information that doesn’t help you succeed.

Throughout the video, we’ll discuss topics about debt, credit card minimum payments, credit card billing cycles, when to pay your credit card bill, opening credit cards, closing credit cards, and much more!

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