August 2013
Chicago Citizen - Chicago Weekend Edition;8/ 7/2013, Vol. 43 Issue 31, p10
The article focuses on the ways to enhance personal finances which can help one to manage their credit cards account usage, balance and rewards. Topics include limiting the number of cards which can limit one's spending, keeping track of your spending and evaluation of all debts beyond credit cards including student loans, car payments and mortgages along with making these payments a priority in terms of payments.


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