Confessions of a credit card pusher – MSN Money

You guys have got to read this. I wonder when they will stop credit card companies from doing this to students? Actually what i really wonder is when they will teach finance in schools. I think that is the most ignored subject in school since gym and lunch.

And why does money management always equate to “Home Ed” or “Home Ec” (as in economics)? Saving for your retirement, investing in the stock market, and understanding contracts and interest rates is a little more than orgainzing your check book and shopping for groceries. Heck, now with employers not hiring people because of their credit score (and their myspace and facebook pages), I would think it be an important issue.

He gave away T-shirts and had a sales pitch designed to counter fellow students’ reluctance. He bought into his own words — and has bills to prove it.

I have no problem with credit card companies making money and banks adding hirer a.p.r.’s to student loans, my problem is how they take advantage f so many and take advantage of how high they can make those APR’s

Confessions of a credit card pusher – MSN Money



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