This year was my attempt to work toward soothing the gut-clutching financial guilt.
Sotheby’s is auctioning off a 1960 credit card prototype that’s basically a piece of cardboard that’s estimated to be worth between $10,000 and $15,000.
Give us your updates below. As always, if you pay off a debt, email me, and I’ll mail you a personal note to congratulate you.
I just noticed that the credit available on my three credit cards has been drastically reduced. For example, I used to have a $5,000 limit on one, and now it’s down to $1,800. It’s not a problem, since I am determined not to use these cards Ever Again, but it seems counterintuitive.
How do YOU define emergencies?
I want to know what debt to pay off first. I have four credit cards, all with about the same interest rate, but with different amounts on them. Do I pay off the highest one first or the lowest one first? — J.B.