Mastering Credit Cards for Survival & Profit is set of tools I have been using to build a foundation for financial recovery from the not-so-great depression of 2008. It is also the name of my latest eBook on Amazon.com. What can you do to become credit wise? This page details some very practical suggestions.
The Financial Survival Toolkit and Support System
In addition to gathering a financial survival toolkit by reading The Poor Middle Class Crisis eBook, this new eBook goes into deeper detail about how everyone who is part of The Former Middle Class needs to be part of a support system. It might be talking with friends, belonging to a formal group or part of a community. There are very many of us. We may look financially secure. There may be nothing that signals our plight. But all of us who share this experience need help dealing with it. Mastering credit cards has suggested steps for support and education. They are discussed next.
Buy this eBook available on Amazon.com
This ebook is available on Amazon.com, is very reasonable priced and is an invaluable investment. Did you know that credit is not longer a luxury? It is a necessity. That is why it is essential to know about it. Towards that goal, this online publication is filled with so much great credit advice and so many helpful tips that it can be useful for everyone.
Join these Facebook groups
I have started several groups for support and survival assistance, to help build your credit as well as exchange information and resources.
Learn These Tips
Memorize the following tips for mastering credit cards. If you don’t memorize them, keep this list close at hand. Put it where your credit cards are. It is invaluable.
Read my LinkedIn post written about this eBook
Go to this link for the post about Mastering CRedit Cards for Survival & Profit.
Sources & Resources
Credit Card Mastery website, a Facebook page and a course
CreditCards.com website with a Facebook page
Credit Karma website and a Facebook page
Credit Sesame website and a Facebook page
NerdWallet.com website with a Facebook page
NextAdvisor.com website with a Facebook page
Retire Before Dad website and a Facebook page
The Frugal CrediTnista a Facebook page, a group and courses
The Penny Hoarder website and a Facebook page
WalletHacks.com website with a Facebook page
WiseBread.com website with a Faceb