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Old 09-20-2017, 12:03 AM   #9 (permalink)
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They get a cash advance? Or just use it to invest?

My new credit card is supposed to have triple the limit of my current one. I believe I had been considering something similar, earn interest on credit while it is interest-free, and then pay it off and keep the profit.

I do not suppose Prosper is the best place to look?

The only place I remember seeing the phrase "financial education" is Robert Kiyosaki, and I spent hours reading everything I could about him and his advice.

I felt like it was like reading horoscopes, intentionally vague, but supposed to sound specific and useful.

VSKid, I pay my debt with the highest interest rate first, then apply that payment to the next-highest interest rate, and so forth.
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