Picking the Best Credit Card if You Can't Pay Your Balance on Time

Feb 14th 2018

Settling your credit card obligations on time may not always be possible. Thankfully, there are steps you can follow in order to keep your credit from accumulating to the point that it's difficult to pay it off. Check them out below.

  1. Consider flicking your debts to a card with a low or no loan fee for balance transfers. These cards can give you some breathing space to put your funds back on track.
  2. If you transfer your debts to a low-interest card, don't utilize it for new exchanges as they'll draw in interest from the very beginning. Cut up your old card if the compulsion to keep spending and piling on unpaid liabilities is excessively great.
  3. Consider getting a debit card. EFTPOS is a helpful and inexpensive means to obtain money from you bank account. Also, MasterCard and Visa Debit cards let you transact on the web and abroad like a credit card. Numerous financial organizations now offer debit/ATM cards with joined EFTPOS and MasterCard or Visa functions.