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Simmons First Visa - Great card if you want low interest rate

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Reviewed on: Mon, 2016-01-04 16:31
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The IRS, state tax administrators, and companies in the tax industry made it very clear in 2015 that they are joining together to combat tax related fraud and identity theft during this upcoming tax season. This comes at a time when identity theft is rampant and scams happen all the time. Plus, with all of your financial information in one place during tax season, it’s easy to fall victim to a data breach.

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If you have a lot of credit cards, or even just some you use more than others, it’s easy to forget about certain cards. They then end up collecting dust for years. And although you may have no trouble using other cards or cash instead, it’s very important to take those old cards for a swipe every once and awhile. 
 
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Purchase Rates
Intro APR: N/A Credit Required: excellent
Intro Period: N/A Set Up Fee N/A*
Ongoing APR: 18.99 Annual Fee $75.00
Penalty APR: 23.99
Balance Transfer
Intro APR✝: N/A
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Ongoing APR: 19.99
Transfer Fee: Between 1% and 3%
Cash Advance Rates
Ongoing APR: 19.99
Advance Fee: N/A
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Foreign
Transaction Fee:
2.5%
Min. Interest Charge: N/A
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Over the Credit Limit: $25
Returned Payment: $20

First Progress- Not bad for a secured card

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Reviewed on: Mon, 2015-12-28 19:20
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A new survey by management consulting firm Accenture shows that millennials don’t want to work for large corporations. According to this study, only 15% of new college graduates want to work for the big corporations. Instead, more young people are looking towards medium sized businesses (35%) and start-ups and government agencies (10%).

Why the change?

Weekly Tip: Pay back your student loans in a timely manner.

Do you have student loans? If you’re one of the many Americans who was forced to take out loans in order to afford the exorbitant price of college, you might want to consider paying back these loans in a timely and effective manner. Why? These student loans can actually affect your credit score if not handled correctly.
 
on Mon, 2015-12-28 11:07

Beginning October 1st, merchants are now held fully liable for any losses due to credit card fraud if they haven’t made the switch to EMV cards. EMV, which stands for Europay, MasterCard, Visa, are credit cards equipped with computer chips. They are considered much more secure than magnetic strip cards. Plus, the EMV card is standard in many parts of the world.

What did the October 1st switch mean?

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Anticipating the financial challenges that life might throw your way can be difficult, and that’s why it’s a good idea to think about such situations far in advance. Most families at some point are going to have trouble making ends meet, and how you elect to address those problems will have a major impact on how long they might last. When is it wise to use credit cards to bridge a monetary gap? Should you consider seeking a loan from a family member? Are you saving enough during the good times to handle a possible bad stretch?

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