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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.

5 Ways to Get a Higher Credit Card Limit

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5 Ways to Get a Higher Credit Card Limit

5 Ways to Get a Higher Credit Card Limit

Do you need more spending power from your credit cards? For some credit card users, a larger line of credit can be necessary to finance their purchases. And even if you avoid interest by paying off your entire statement balance, your credit limit may be insufficient for your monthly spending needs. Here are five of the best ways to… Read More

6 Credit Cards for New Grads

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6 Credit Cards for New Grads

6 Credit Cards for New Grads

May is the time of year for new beginnings as students graduate from high school and college and start on their next phase of life. With this transition, many graduates will have new financial requirements as well, and may need their first credit card. Yet with hundreds of different cards offered by dozens of issuers, it… Read More

4 Reward Credit Cards That Were Too Good to Last

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4 Reward Credit Cards That Were Too Good to Last

4 Reward Credit Cards That Were Too Good to Last

Once of the biggest allures in life is scarcity, as we all want what we can’t get. In the extremely competitive world of credit cards, there have been banks that have gone a bit too far, and offered products with rewards that were so generous as to be unsustainable. In other cases, there have been some… Read More

Can I Get a Credit Card If I Don’t Have a Job?

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Can I Get a Credit Card If I Don’t Have a Job?

Can I Get a Credit Card If I Don’t Have a Job?

While the overall job market has improved over the past few years since the Great Recession, not everyone has been able to return to the workforce. At the same time, others are without employment because they are in school, transitioning to a new career, are stay-at-home parents, or have simply retired. In these situations, is it still… Read More

6 Credit Cards for World Travelers

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6 Credit Cards for World Travelers

6 Credit Cards for World Travelers

How worn is your passport? If it’s starting to look a little dog-eared, then you are probably a seasoned world traveler. Next to your passport, some of the most important things you carry abroad are your credit cards. The right card can help make your travels smoother and more enjoyable by offering you perks with airlines and hotels, along… Read More

4 Ways Credit Cards Will Change By 2020

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4 Ways Credit Cards Will Change By 2020

4 Ways Credit Cards Will Change By 2020

It’s hard to believe how some things have changed during our lifetime. Not long ago, we used to hurry home to watch our favorite shows on low-definition televisions, but now we stream high-def programing on demand through the Internet onto any device with a screen. In addition, we now have our choice of dozens of hybrid and electric cars that… Read More

8 Credit Cards With Freebies

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8 Credit Cards With Freebies

8 Credit Cards With Freebies

People like receiving perks. Credit card issuers know this, and they offer all sorts of gifts and benefits to attract new customers in an extremely competitive credit card marketplace. Whenever you’re shopping for a credit card, you should thoroughly read the terms and conditions to make sure you’re comfortable with the terms. Your credit score… Read More

The First Credit Card With an On/Off Switch

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The First Credit Card With an On/Off Switch

The First Credit Card With an On/Off Switch

Have you ever misplaced your credit card, but weren’t sure if it was truly lost or stolen? When this happens, you may want to cancel your card, but then you know that you will have a lot of inconvenient problems to deal with. On the other hand, you might continue to look for the card, by which… Read More

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