Roland Iten, mechanical luxury for gentlemen: the Credit Card Dispenser This light and ergonomic mechanical dispenser for credit cards by Roland Iten houses a trigger dispensing mechanism which cascades up to four credit cards for easy handling and collapses them back inside the case with...

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Last week, I suggested what credit card you should pay off first. This week, we're talking about whether or not you should cancel all of your credit cards. A popular theory is that once you've paid off your credit card debt, you should cancel them. While it might seem liberating, cancelling...

PayPal offers up an easy credit card payment solution for those with mobile businesses with the new PayPal Here smartphone application and accessory. This handy little set up will enable you to collect money on the spot, so no more dealing with "I don't have any cash on me" scenarios while out...

Either way, the holidays have left us with a small molehill of consumer debt to contend with. What to do? Yes, we've read watched Confessions of a Shopaholic and we've shaken our heads at how ridiculous it is to max out your credit cards and then only cover the minimum payment when Visa,...

A prime example is this Kilroy Credit Card Holder, crafted from fine-grain calfskin leather and featuring two credit card slots, small top-loading currency pocket and a navy cotton twill-lined interior. In addition to the easy-to-carry minimalist construction, the main selling point here is...

One of my most beloved of accessories is a gold YSL credit card holder, which I use as an extravagant stamp keeper! The nearest to it that I can find that is available currently is this one in gorgeous black patent from YSLONLINE that costs £100. I know that a much bigger and better range...

don't max it out and can pay off your balance at the end of every month, you're probably okay to have one--just don't get crazy when they up the credit limit. However, if you go on massive shopping sprees, make foolish purchases, and max it out, you should get rid of it. If you're already...

Bank Of America has announced it would charge debit and credit card users a $5.00 monthly fee. Averaging $60.00 per year. The new fees will start January of 2012. Bank of America's debit and credit card fee marks just one of the many ways banks are sucking customers dry. In wake of the...

The only downside is that you may have to pay a fee, but its a lot better than accumulating credit card debt, assuming that you are like most of us who try to keep up with the Joneses, or the Kardashians. Secured Credit Cards SavvySugar suggests getting a secured credit card. Hmmm, what's...

 

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