Contrary to what most people think, a direct relationship exists between credit cards and actual money. Sooner or later, you're going to have to actually pay for the stuff you buy with credit cards. If you're a bit credit card happy (and, really, who isn't?), you may want to set up and use a separate credit card account. Doing so not only handles paying your credit card bills, but it can help you keep close track of what you owe. To set up a separate credit card account, follow these steps:
Assuming you have a checking account already set up, when you make a credit card payment, choose Transfer To/From Checking. This way, the payment is automatically subtracted from your checking account.
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