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How to create a budget for a credit card?

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risingnow91
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I have my own style, but I am open to suggestions. Even though I cannot get any local credit card like the one offered by Umay+ (for reference: http://www.umayplus.com/cashcard), I want to get a credit card so it can help me in moments I need it.

However... how do you guys build your budget? And more importantly, what tips do you have to stick to it? I'm in Bangkok btw, and if you have any suggestions about good credit cards that an expat can get here, then I will welcome them!

Thanks in advance to you all! Smile
Post Sun Dec 17, 2017 12:55 am
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oldguy
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I have my own style, but I am open to suggestions.


LOL, those two phrases are opposites. First phrase tells us that you have your mind made up - and then you tell us that you want suggestions?

What do you freelance?

Here is the national banking requirements - "a minimum of one year's work experience in Thailand to apply for a credit card, with a 50,000 baht minimum monthly income."

They need to know that you have the necessary income stream to repay a loan, and that the income stream is durable (history). You'll need that for any unsecured loan, anywhere. Secured loans (car, house, etc) have lessor requirements because they can repossess a car, foreclose on a house, etc - ie, they have recourse if you don't pay the loan.
Post Sun Dec 17, 2017 2:41 pm
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