AÂ credit cardÂ is designed to help you in an emergency, to give you options when there are none. But what happens if you have a maxed-outÂ credit cardÂ in one hand and an empty card in the other, can you use oneÂ credit cardÂ to pay off the other and, more importantly, should you? TheÂ short answerÂ is yes and… probably not. […]
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