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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 With Solid Rewards All Year Long

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4 Credit Cards With Solid Rewards All Year Long

4 Credit Cards With Solid Rewards All Year Long

Just as in the fashion world, there are trends in credit cards that come and go. A few years ago, there were several credit cards that offered outrageously large sign-up bonuses, and these days there are plenty of cards that offer bonus categories that change throughout the year.  But some credit card users might not... Read More

Capital One Is Giving Free Uber Rides to Cardholders

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Capital One Is Giving Free Uber Rides to Cardholders

Capital One Is Giving Free Uber Rides to Cardholders

For decades, Americans have earned travel rewards from airlines, hotels and even rental car companies through credit card partnerships and loyalty programs. Now ride-sharers are reaping the perks, too. Capital One and Uber announced today that they are offering Capital One Quicksilver and QuicksilverOne cardholders the opportunity to earn free rides up to $15 through March... Read More

5 Credit Card Perks That Are Disappearing

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5 Credit Card Perks That Are Disappearing

5 Credit Card Perks That Are Disappearing

Credit cards can be at their best when they offer not just rewards for spending but valuable benefits that can be used when shopping or traveling. And while there are some types of new benefits that are being rapidly introduced, such as travel perks on airline cards, other credit card benefits have been disappearing. Credit... Read More

7 Tricks to Make the Most of a Retail Credit Card

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7 Tricks to Make the Most of a Retail Credit Card

7 Tricks to Make the Most of a Retail Credit Card

For some shoppers, retail credit cards can be irresistible, as they often offer discounts on their purchases with the card or even rewards for shopping at the store. Nevertheless, these store credit cards are not without their drawbacks, and many cardholders often fail to receive their full benefits. To help you avoid being one of them, consider these... Read More

6 No-Annual-Fee Credit Cards for New Grads

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6 No-Annual-Fee Credit Cards for New Grads

6 No-Annual-Fee Credit Cards for New Grads

Spring is always a time for new beginnings, especially when you are graduating from college. New college graduates are about to begin the rest of their lives, and it’s often a time for them to make important decisions about their relationships, living arrangements and careers. Graduating can also be a good time to give your... Read More

5 Credit Card Mistakes You’ll Make Out of College

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5 Credit Card Mistakes You’ll Make Out of College

5 Credit Card Mistakes You’ll Make Out of College

Congratulations, you’ve graduated from college and you are about to begin your first summer in “the real world.” Once your cap and gown are stored, your diploma framed, and you’re looking forward to your first day on the job, it’s time to turn your attention to your personal finances. And with that comes a lot... Read More

How to Kick Your Spouse Off Your Credit Cards

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How to Kick Your Spouse Off Your Credit Cards

How to Kick Your Spouse Off Your Credit Cards

Is it time to separate the finances between you and your spouse? Some couples manage their finances separately while others manage their bills together. But in both cases, it’s likely that a person will add a spouse to his or her credit card as an authorized user or open a joint account. And while these... Read More

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