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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 You Couldn’t Get Last Year

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4 Credit Cards You Couldn’t Get Last Year

4 Credit Cards You Couldn’t Get Last Year

The credit card industry is extremely competitive and card issuers are continuously introducing new products in order to win more customers. But, as these new cards are introduced, some credit cardholders may simply continue to use old accounts, which often come to have outdated or inferior terms. While these old accounts may no longer be offered... Read More

6 Credit Cards New Grads Should Consider

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6 Credit Cards New Grads Should Consider

6 Credit Cards New Grads Should Consider

Are you part of the class of 2016? Whether you are finishing high school or graduating from college, many new grads look to apply for a credit card during these times of transition. But with dozens or card issuers offering hundreds of different products, it can be difficult for new graduates to find the card... Read More

5 Credit Card Tips for Busy Moms

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5 Credit Card Tips for Busy Moms

5 Credit Card Tips for Busy Moms

It can be hard being a mother — getting everyone to school on time, wrangling homework assignments and giving each kid some love and attention (often while juggling a career). Adding personal finance management to a mom’s never-ending to-do list can make the daily list that much longer. This is especially true when it comes to managing credit cards.... Read More

5 Credit Cards for Retirees

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5 Credit Cards for Retirees

5 Credit Cards for Retirees

You’ve put your time in at work, and now you’re ready to retire and relax. Nevertheless, you may still need the security and convenience of a credit card, as well as the rewards and benefits that you’ve grown accustomed to. Thankfully, you can still qualify for a credit card, even if you’re no longer employed... Read More

5 Credit Cards You Can Get While You’re Still in College

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5 Credit Cards You Can Get While You’re Still in College

5 Credit Cards You Can Get While You’re Still in College

Credit card use in college can be both risky and full of opportunities. As young adults with limited experience managing their own personal finances, college students risk incurring debt that can take years to pay off, while potentially incurring costly late fees and penalty interest rates if they miss a payment. But credit cards also offer... Read More

7 Signs You’re Ready for an Annual Fee Credit Card

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7 Signs You’re Ready for an Annual Fee Credit Card

7 Signs You’re Ready for an Annual Fee Credit Card

Some people simply prefer credit cards with no annual fee. Perhaps they don’t feel the additional value they would receive justifies paying an annual fee, or perhaps they just don’t want to pay to use a credit card on principle. Whether you’re one of these people or you’re simply taking an interest in a new... Read More

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