Credit Is King

This book will teach you the importance of credit and all the factors involved from credit scores, debt, credit cards and credit mistakes that contribute or can destroy ones' credit.

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Credit Is King

This book will teach you the importance of credit and all the factors involved from credit scores, debt, credit cards and credit mistakes that contribute or can destroy ones' credit.

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Strategies to Master Credit

If you do, you risk putting yourself in deep debt, which in return will damage your credit for the present and the long run. ... You may believe cash is king and credit cards are dangerous. I'm fine with you believing those things, ...

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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

In this country , whose Commerce is , prospectively at least , greatest among the nations , INDUSTRY is king . ... A tradesman ought to consider and measure well the extent of his own strength ; his stock of money and credit is properly ...

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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

In this country , whose Commerce is , prospectively at least , greatest among the nations , INDUSTRY is king . ... OVERTRADING , AND GIVING LARGE CREDIT , There are two things which may be properly called overtrading in a young beginner ...

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Credit Management

Credit is all about risk, and credit management is assessing and managing that risk – high risk calls for special terms ... the greater the chance it will never be paid) is the top priority which guides credit management. Cash is King ...

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Credit Management Handbook

If knowledge is king , then information is the power behind the throne . The level of potential exposure will dictate the extent to which information is sought , but a wide range of information is available , ranging from free ( ish ) ...

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Breaching the Wall

Now he is made aware that credit is king, and cash the king's emissary. During his lunch break on Monday, Raul goes to the Western Union office to wire money to his mom and advise her to repay Father the money for the passports.

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