The 5th Edition Of The Carnival Of Credit Score And Debt

by Hank Coleman

Welcome to the 5th Edition of the Carnival Of Credit Score And Debt which is a blog carnival that focuses solely on debt, credit scores, credit reports, and other credit topics.

Editor’s Choice

PT presents Is It Always Good to Pay Off Your Car Loan Early? posted at Prime Time Money, saying, “A look at how much you will save by paying off your car loan early–and whether it will always be worth it.”

Michael Pruser presents What?s the Difference Between Your Credit Score and Credit Report? posted at The Dough Roller, saying, “The terms are heard everyday, but do you know the difference between your credit score and credit report?”

Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog presents 5 Common Mistakes People Make When Trying To Get Out Of Debt posted at The Canadian Finance Blog, saying, “Trying to get out of debt but having trouble paying down your credit card bills? You may be making simple mistakes with your debt repayment strategy.”

Credit Cards

CreditCardGuru presents MasterCard MarketPlace Review posted at credit card forum [the blog], saying, “An in-depth look at the MasterCard MarketPlace, which is a free online site for rewards/discounts, made available to all MasterCard holders in the United States.”

Kathryn presents Escape by Discover® Review | Credit Card Compare posted at Money Smart Life, saying, “A review of the Escape by Discover Credit Card.”

Ask Mr. CC presents Travelocity Has A Bombshell Reward Cards Deal posted at Ask Mr Credit Card, saying, “If you are the kind of person who likes to book all of your travel direct, this outstanding reward percentage might get you to change your mind. Unfortunately, there are many downsides to using an intermediary like Travelocity.”

Khaleef @ KNS Financial presents 4 Credit Card Benefits You Should Not Ignore posted at Faithful With A Few, saying, “There are many credit card benefits to consider before cutting up those cards! Find out the 4 most common credit card benefits, and if they are right for you!”

David presents Visa App Offers Special Deals posted at Credit Card Offers IQ, saying, “Visa app for iPhone users”

Robert Alan presents Impact of APR’s On Your Personal Financial Success posted at Credit Card Assist, saying, “A brief discussion on the big impact that APR’s can have on your overall personal financial life.”

Michael presents Citi Forward® Card Review posted at Consumerism Commentary, saying, “The Citi Forward Card promotes responsible spending while offering a good rewards program.”

Credit Scores

Miriam presents Credit Card Series: Your Credit Score posted at Budgets and Bargains, saying, “Understanding your credit score, how to improve it and how to make the most of your credit.”

Jason Price presents Will Cancelling Credit Cards Hurt Your Credit Score? posted at One Money Design, saying, “This post helps you consider whether or not to cancel your credit cards and the impacts to your credit score.”

Craig/FFB presents What’s My Credit Score Made Of? posted at Free From Broke, saying, “See what the different factors of a credit score are. It can help you figure out what to work on first when fixing your credit score.”


Ryan @ MFN presents Can You Live Without Debt? posted at The Military Wallet, saying, “Is it practical to live life in modern America without taking out a loan? What about a mortgage or an expensive college education?”

Charles Tran presents How to Reduce Consumer Debt Efficiently posted at Tips, saying, “If you’re struggling with a load of debt and don’t know what to do, take these steps to reduce your consumer debt.”

LaTisha D Styles presents I Used to Be in Debt posted at Financial Success for Young Adults, saying, “How getting out of debt is like the MTV show I Used to Be Fat.”

Charles Chua C K presents Effective ways to avoid debt posted at All About Living with Life.

Outlaw presents 10 Terrific Tips to Help You Stay Out of Credit Card Debt posted at Outlaw Finance, saying, “Get out of debt with these ten tips.”


Ryan @ CML presents What Credit Score Do You Need to Refinance a Mortgage? posted at Cash Money Life, saying, “Any people requesting a refinance loan want to know what credit score they need to be approved for a mortgage – the answer, as you might guess, varies widely.”

That concludes this edition of The Carnival Of Credit Score And Debt. Please, submit your blog article to the next edition which will be hosted by Living Richly On A Budget. You can submit your article using the carnival submission form. Be sure to check out the past posts and future hosts which can be found on the Credit Score And Debt Carnival Page at

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LaTisha @FSYAonline March 3, 2011 at 7:43 pm

Thanks for including my article!

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