6 Major Credit Card Mistakes

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Having trouble getting your credit card balances under control? If so, you're in the same boat as thousands of other consumers. Good news: Once you choose to change your spending habits, it is possible to make your debt manageable. Use these simple tips as a foothold to stop sinking deeper into debt and start regaining control of your finances.
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