Welcome to the February 2, 2009 edition of credit report stories.
KCLau presents Procrastinator, plucker, plotter, and prober posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Recently I was reading the book titled “The Number: What do you need for the rest of your life and what will it cost?” A rundown on what the book has to offer"
Destroy Debt presents It's No Secret Keeping Money Secrets From Your Partner is Not the Ideal Way to maintain a Relationship posted at Destroy Debt.
Ralph Jean-Paul presents How To Make Important Decisions Quickly posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, "Quick decision making is critical in just about every aspect of life. Every decision you make produces a result. In every line of business, quick decision making is crucial for success."
Margaret Garcia presents The Investing Web Toolbox: 25 Killer Money Management Webapps posted at The Tip'd Blog.
David presents Why Balance Transfer Offers and Cash Rewards Don’t Mix posted at Credit Card Offers IQ, saying, "Don't let this credit card gotcha snatch away your hard earned money."
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Best Cash Back Credit Cards: Your Rewards For Spending posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thank you so much!"
ChristianPF presents Why you need to pay down your debts ASAP posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, "Paying down debts before the recession is a good idea!"
Raymond presents Best CD Rates For High Yield Certificate Of Deposits posted at Money Blue Book.
The Financial Blogger presents Does writing NSF checks affect your credit rating? posted at TheCreditToolBox.com, saying, "Does writing NSF checks affect your credit rating?"
Carnival of Financial Goals presents Hard Credit Check vs. Soft Credit Check : Cash Money Life posted at Cash Money Life, saying, "Hard Credit Check vs. Soft Credit Check"
Patrick @ Military Money presents Should you pay off debt, save or invest? posted at Military Finance Network, saying, "Should you pay off debt, save or invest? This is a question that many people are asking."
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