The best Financial Planner

Financial Planner

Too many credit cards spoil your life; a simple fact. Now the going is pretty damn good when you’ve just got the cards and no-one is asking you for money. You can go out and go shopping, and go on holiday and have all kinds of fun with them, but don’t expect it to last forever; inevitably the credit card companies want their money back, and they won’t take no for an answer…

 

The best Financial Planner

I’ve been there myself. I have indeed lost track of the credit that i’ve had, and yet i’ve still fully exploited every card i’ve had in my wallet. If it’s there, unless you are Mother Theresa, and the most well behaved person on the planet, you will inevitably spend the credit limit allocated to you from each company you have a card. This is significantly enhanced if you have more than one credit card (which i do not advise). There have been people with more than one card, let’s say four cards because it doesn’t sound much does it? Now consider that each of these cards has a limit of £1000. Now unless my maths is very bad indeed, i work that out at £4000. Now you might actually be able to pay your balance on these for the first time around, and if you can then i am very pleased for you, but consider what happends when you’ve been good and they increase your limit?

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