Monthly Archives: January 2011

End of Credit Cards Coming – Pay Via Smartphone

The end of credit cards is coming Mobile payments are expected to hit $214 billion by 2015. Transactions made by scanning a mobile phone at the register are forecast to reach $22 billion — up from “practically none” last year. By Blake Ellis, sta…

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Credit card companies target Generation Y | Analysis & Opinion

When two separate card companies come out with studies about the fiscal habits of twentysomethings in the same month, it’s time to ignite a trend alert. Chase, with its sleek Slate charge card, released a study this month positing, “Young adults (…

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Do you want to save your home*? I can help you and reduce your debts. (*Must qualify)

Banks have been in a state of limbo this year about what to do with repossessed houses, and so they have mostly held on to them in order not to add to the nation’s oversupply of homes for sale, Harney told the agents. “The banks have been saying, …

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If you want to succeed…

“If you want to succeed, you should strike out on new paths, rather than travel the worn paths of accepted success.” –John D. Rockefeller

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Change vs. Transition: Why Most People Will Fail at Achieving Their 2011 Goals | | Rhett Smith:

Without a transition, a change is just a rearrangement of the furniture. –William Bridges I can easily say that I learn as much from my clients in the course of a therapy session, then perhaps they often learn from me. At the end of each day when …

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#Credit Predictions for 2011, Part 2: Plastic Fantastic | MintLife Blog

Share This Digg Stumbleupon Facebook Reddit Buzz Sponsored by: photo: BigBeaks Last week I gave you my predictions on what the real estate market holds for us in 2011. This week, I’m going to focus on credit cards. Remember those plastic rectangul…

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