How to Read your Credit Card Statement Part 3

There is a price for borrowing money. Aside from the annual membership fee, one of the most important things that you should consider is the interest. This is how the credit card issuer earns money. Understanding the different credits and debits that go in and out of your credit card statement is one of the skills that you need to be able to use your card wisely. Don’t just swipe, understand how your credit card works.

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How to Read your Credit Card Statement Part 2

Credit card issuers put credit limits on your credit card for a good reason. The limits are there to benefit both you and the credit card issuer. The amount is set in such a way that it is easy for both parties to manage the credit. Your limits are normally based on your capacity to pay. Being consciously aware of these limits will help you be able to utilize your credit card well.

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