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Jason Steele

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Jason Steele has been writing about credit cards and personal finance since 2008, poring through the terms and conditions of credit card agreements to understand the minutiae of how these products work. His work has appeared on Yahoo, MSN, HuffingtonPost and other major news outlets. In his free time, Jason’s a commercial pilot. He graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in History.

4 Credit Cards for the Forgetful

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4 Credit Cards for the Forgetful

4 Credit Cards for the Forgetful

Do you have better things to worry about than your credit cards? Since most of us do, it’s easy to misplace a monthly statement, lose a card or even forget to make a payment. And when we forget, it would be nice to have a credit card issuer that is ready to forgive you and even help… Read More

New Amazon Prime Credit Card Offers 5% Cash Back

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New Amazon Prime Credit Card Offers 5% Cash Back

New Amazon Prime Credit Card Offers 5% Cash Back

Amazon and Synchrony Bank released a new credit card offer for Amazon Prime customers last week, offering 5% cash back on qualifying purchases and even promotional financing for orders over $149. The store credit card is a credit product you may be familiar with at bricks-and-mortar retailers. Often, these cards offer a discount at sign-up, and… Read More

5 Business Credit Cards With Big Sign-Up Bonuses

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5 Business Credit Cards With Big Sign-Up Bonuses

5 Business Credit Cards With Big Sign-Up Bonuses

Running a business is not easy. Business owners take risks with their capital, and only the best will realize profits over the long run. One thing all businesses have in common are expenses, and entrepreneurs often rely on business credit cards as their primary method of payment. Fortunately, many of the top business credit card issuers can… Read More

7 Downsides of Low-Interest Credit Cards

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7 Downsides of Low-Interest Credit Cards

7 Downsides of Low-Interest Credit Cards

The one thing that everyone hates about credit cards is paying high interest rates, which can be especially costly. There are credit cards offered with low interest rates that can appeal to cardholders who are frustrated by high interest charges each month. They may offer rates of 10% APR or even less, but it may come at… Read More

6 Ways Chasing Credit Card Rewards Can Backfire

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6 Ways Chasing Credit Card Rewards Can Backfire

6 Ways Chasing Credit Card Rewards Can Backfire

There is a lot to like about credit card rewards. Cardholders can earn valuable points, miles and cash back just for spending money on things that they would normally buy. But at the same time, the temptation of rewards can lead cardholders to make unwise decisions that will ultimately cost them more money than any rewards… Read More

5 Credit Cards to Help You Build Credit

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5 Credit Cards to Help You Build Credit

5 Credit Cards to Help You Build Credit

Do you need to build your credit? Perhaps you are a young adult who has never had a credit card, or maybe you are a new arrival to the U.S. without a credit history here. Others may need to build credit after having gone decades without applying for any type of loan. Thankfully, the right credit… Read More

4 Alternatives to Apple Pay

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4 Alternatives to Apple Pay

4 Alternatives to Apple Pay

Last year, Apple captured the imagination of technology enthusiasts and credit card users alike when it introduced its Apple Pay mobile payments system. No longer would credit card users need to carry around a bulging wallet filled with myriad credit cards — their smartphones could simply be waived in front of a payment terminal. That payment process has… Read More

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