So here we are two days shy of a new year. There has been many deaths, changes and much news good and bad in 2008. Yet, I think the biggest issue on most Americans minds is FINANCES! Our financial future as a nation is unsure and no one really knows what to expect from the new Presidency. Will our financial foundation be strengthened or will it collapse further? Is it even salvageable? Will my house be foreclosed on? Can I get out of debt? Do I need so many credit cards? If I really need a credit card which credit card should I get? Will I be able to start over? How come We The People don't get a bail out? These are questions that I am sure are on a lot of people's minds.
If you feel that you must have a low rate credit card at least choose wisely. I found a site that lets you search through balance transfer credit cards, compare all the available cards and even securely apply on line. This balance transfer comparison site lets me see all of my options, find the best rates on transfer cards and even calculate my potential savings. I have a credit card but the rate is extremely high so I am definitely looking into transferring my balance to something more manageable (especially after what I spent for my grand baby this Christmas).
As we go into 2009 we should be thinking about our financial future. It is obvious that we are not getting a bail out. We made our own bed and now we have to lay in it. We must make better financial choices and become better stewards of our money!
How are your finances? Should you be doing something different going into the New Year?
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