LineOnCredit.com, a blog dedicated to helping readers sort through and resolve all manner of credit related issues, has released several new blog posts...
New Market, AL (PRWEB) June 02, 2011
LineOnCredit.com, a blog dedicated to helping readers sort through and resolve all manner of credit related issues, has released several new blog posts, including “When Are You Too Young To Have Credit Cards?,” “Consolidating Debt Does Not Always Mean Higher Credit Scores,” and “Delinquent Parking Tickets Can Hurt Your Credit.”
In the blog post, “When Are You Too Young To Have Credit Cards?” the author discusses the ways in which the modern financial marketplace affects young people. More and more often, expensive items such as video games are driving people to deal with more complicated financial matters at younger ages than ever before. The author discusses the dangers inherent in this issue. “Kids are learning at a very young age, the swipe of the plastic takes care of everything.”
“Consolidating Debt Does Not Always Mean Higher Credit Scores” is an article about the ways in which taking certain actions, such as consolidation, has the potential to improve credit scores, yet is not an absolute guarantee. “The thought process here is to show less trade lines with a balance hoping it will make you have a lower risk to borrow money.” The author uses examples to show readers what to expect as they take actions to improve their credit score.
The author warns of the growing tendency of cities to report delinquent parking tickets to local credit bureaus in “Delinquent Parking Tickets Can Hurt Your Credit.” “By these cities doing this, a small $25 parking ticket could put a hold on that next purchase.” The blog explains the process of how staying mindful of these issues can carry huge weight in respect to the reader’s financial freedom.
LineOnCredit.com was launched in March of 2011 with articles about all manner of credit oriented issues. WebsiteBusiness is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of LineOnCredit.com.