A Simple Way to Pay Off Your Most Expensive Credit Card Debt

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A Simple Way to Pay Off Your Most Expensive Credit Card Debt

A Simple Way to Pay Off Your Most Expensive Credit Card Debt

A new smartphone app launching this week claims it can help you be smarter about managing credit card debt. Here’s what you should know. How it Works After scanning pictures of all your plastic, Tally performs a credit check. If you’re approved, the service helps you pay off your high-interest cards using a new line of credit with a lower rate. Simply pay... Read More

Why Chase Customers Might Want to Adjust Their Overdraft Back-up Fund

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Why Chase Customers Might Want to Adjust Their Overdraft Back-up Fund

Why Chase Customers Might Want to Adjust Their Overdraft Back-up Fund

Attention, Chase customers: The bank is making some changes to its overdraft protection policy. Starting August 20, customers will no longer be able to cover overdrafts with a linked Chase credit card should they (accidentally) spend more than what’s in their checking account. Only savings accounts will be used as designated back-up funds. Previously, customers could link either type... 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

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