Living Without a Credit Card? Bad Idea: Here’s Why

Earlier this week, FICO revealed that more and more consumers are living without credit cards, despite the apparent growing popularity of plastic. The biggest decline was seen in the 18-29 year-old age category, where the percentage of consumers without credit cards has nearly doubled in seven years. Back in 2005, about 9% of those in … Continue reading “Living Without a Credit Card? Bad Idea: Here’s Why”

Are Credit Cards Recyclable?

Credit card Q&A: “Are credit cards recyclable?” Just about every adult in the United States, and any other established country in the world, has a credit card or two (or three). While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, at least when it comes to personal finances and credit score, it can be an issue for … Continue reading “Are Credit Cards Recyclable?”

Check Out the Credit Card-Sized Pocket Tripod for iPhone

A company by the name of Geometrical based out of Irvine, California has developed a 360-degree, credit card-sized iPhone stand called the “Pocket Tripod.” While it may sound like just another iPhone accessory, the company claims it’s the “world’s first iPhone stand that can articulate to any imaginable angle.” In other words, you aren’t limited … Continue reading “Check Out the Credit Card-Sized Pocket Tripod for iPhone”