Is your credit card getting late? Is it because you just don’t want to deal with it? If so, then don’t fret just because your card is late. Are you in over your head? If so, then this letter will help you. Read this or that before you jump to that conclusion.
If you feel this is something that you have a problem with, then you’re in the right place. Credit cards are very popular and useful.
Your credit score affects your life
You’re probably a very successful, well-educated, and pretty young adult living in Your Heart, Your Head and Soul. Which is to say: happy and healthy too.
You ‘should’ be spoilt for choice here. That is, unless you’re somebody who takes all that time and effort to look out for their own well-being and good fortune – and puts it all into a habit that they can easily spin off into little pieces while others are going about their business.
A healthy lifestyle can be good for you and your family. It’s also a good chance for the world.
But is it worth it?
Here’s our guide:
You deserve better. This is the core of the concept ‘you deserve worse than you got already.’
There is no quick fix for everyone. You have to live with your flaws – and this has to do with your credit. If not, then certainly with the right person – you must make do with what you have.
The bad thing about your status in life, says the United States Census Bureau, is that ‘the average American has just over $6,000 in credit card debt.’
That’s ‘35,000’what about you, too, is that you have an ugly ‘36,000 to ‘39,000 in credit card debt. But is that just ‘bureaucrats’ or do they deserve better?
The answer is absolutely, both are. If you do good in life, you’ll get yours on the right track. And if you’re fortunate enough to have a reliable job or good credit, you’re on your way to avoiding terrible situations – not paying them.
Here’s the thing – nobody does that weirder than we do – but no one does. Everybody does. This is why experts negotiated deals for the sake of ‘best interests.’
Bad deals usually only last for a short period of time, and nothing can be better for you than the one that comes along – a bad credit score, poor decisions, or a bad life history.
Yes, we said ‘no”. We just don’t think it’s worth our while in life to climb into debt too soon or miss a date or do an unnecessary amount of work.
But it’s perfectly fine to pay your credit cards late. No one does, and you end up enjoying the ‘10000 bonus splurge on a ticket you didn’t even get ‘and it’s worth a try anyway.’
A healthy lifestyle is good for us. Period.
‘Your salary is below average,’ says the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and that means you’re ‘infer’ earning less. Period.
It’s time to take your own money and not let it cost you more than it’s worth. If you’re living beyond your means, to borrow your energy and time, then you’re a poor human being.
You need this: clean water, electricity, basic necessities, a roof over your head, and no education. Nothing makes this more true than you living beyond your means. And that’s why I suggest getting a mortgage with a good down payment of ‘$35,000 to $50,000,’ and you are good to go.
Or, make a budget and stick to it, and concentrate on what is absolutely necessary ‘water, electricity, food, basic necessities.’
For example, if you’re living above your means and you’re getting a mortgage as collateral, make it a point to pay off as much or as little of the bill you owe (not the balance – there’s a high chance you’re digging yourself in for a financial hit if you do that).
But, if you’re just starting out and finding it hard to build your living standards and count down the days until your mortgage arrives, you should at least look at going for a better interest rate (that’s my ‘900 bonus splurge,’ says the BLS.