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4 Credit Cards That Offer Rewards in Time for the Holidays

4 Credit Cards That Offer Rewards in Time for the Holidays

4 Credit Cards That Offer Rewards in Time for the Holidays

Rewards credit card users are accustomed to playing the long game. It can take some time to find the best card, receive it, and earn the points or miles needed. And in many cases, award travel must be planned many months in advance in order to find scarce award seats or free hotel nights during peak periods. So where… Read More

The Best Low-Interest Credit Cards in America 2014

The Best Low-Interest Credit Cards in America 2014

The Best Low-Interest Credit Cards in America 2014

For credit card users who carry a balance from month to month, the interest rate is one of the most important numbers revealed in a card’s terms and conditions. So it only makes sense that finding the credit card with the lowest interest rate is the top priority for many consumers when they apply for… Read More

13 Retailers Where You Can Use Apple Pay Today

13 Retailers Where You Can Use Apple Pay Today

13 Retailers Where You Can Use Apple Pay Today

Apple Pay is now available to some iPhone and iPad users, with Monday marking the start of Apple’s new mobile payment system many have dubbed “the credit card killer.” CEO Tim Cook announced the program launch at a company event Oct. 16, about a month after unveiling the newest iPhones and the Apple Watch. The… Read More

The Right Way to Remove Someone From Your Credit Card

The Right Way to Remove Someone From Your Credit Card

The Right Way to Remove Someone From Your Credit Card

There are plenty of reasons why you may want to add someone to your credit card account, either as a joint account holder or as an authorized user. But later, you might change your mind, or have a good reason to revoke that person’s access to your account. For example, an authorized user may be abusing his… Read More

Even Obama’s Credit Card Has Been Declined

Even Obama’s Credit Card Has Been Declined

Even Obama’s Credit Card Has Been Declined

Following a speech Friday at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in which President Obama discussed an executive order that would require security upgrades to government-issued debit and credit cards, the commander in chief shared one of his own experiences with credit cards… and not a positive one. He discussed an awkward moment at a restaurant… Read More

7 Things to Do When You Get a New Credit Card

7 Things to Do When You Get a New Credit Card

7 Things to Do When You Get a New Credit Card

A mysterious, non-descript envelope finds its way into your mailbox one day. It weighs a bit more than other letters, so you open it up to find a shiny new credit card. Perhaps you have recently opened a new account, or maybe it is a replacement for a card that has been lost, stolen, or… Read More

Is a Balance Transfer Right for You?

Is a Balance Transfer Right for You?

Is a Balance Transfer Right for You?

When you’re already in financial trouble, getting a new credit card may seem impractical. And certainly opening up additional lines of credit can sometimes lead to a deeper hole of debt. On the other hand, switching your balance from one card to another can help lower your monthly expenses and buy you time to aggressively pay… Read More

The Airline Credit Card Perk You Can Share With Friends

The Airline Credit Card Perk You Can Share With Friends

The Airline Credit Card Perk You Can Share With Friends

Airfare can be expensive, with the average domestic ticket in 2013 costing $385, and that’s before fees like checked bags and premium seat assignments. For a family of four, that would average out to $1,540 on airfare alone for a domestic trip. There are many tools and websites out there to help you find the lowest-priced… Read More

Should You Sign Your Credit Card?

Should You Sign Your Credit Card?

Should You Sign Your Credit Card?

Take a close look at the back of your credit card, and you will  probably see something along the lines of “Not valid unless signed.” At the same time, there are many cardholders who believe that they should not sign their credit cards for one of several reasons. Some think signing the back of their card gives potential… Read More

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