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Getting a new credit might mean more rewards, or just a better utilization ratio. Just be sure you understand the ins and outs before you sign.
The convenience of cash advance comes at a cost. Usually, a pretty steep one.
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Use these credit cards to earn cash back and rewards for home renovation and remodeling purchases.
Balance transfer cards can be a great tool to pay off your debt faster, but there are also costly errors you should try to avoid.
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Your credit score is vital to your financial health. Don't let these common credit card errors tank it.
Getting your first credit card allows you to enter the financial mainstream. Be sure to avoid these common mistakes that can cost you.
Store credit cards are sometimes good for building credit. But their terms can make them less attractive than many other cards. Should you get one?
There's nothing wrong with signing up for a new credit card to get in on the bonuses — just don't make these mistakes and lose out.
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You're going to need cash when you travel abroad, but you don't need to pay all those fees and surcharges. Here's how.
If you're prone to overspending, a debit card may be your best bet. For everyone else, credit cards are the safer choice.
Your favorite store may offer a "same as cash" deal with no-interest financing. Beware — it's not the same as getting 0% APR on new purchases.
Credit card policies can get you a refund when the store refuses. Just be sure to read the fine print.
Before you pony up for travel insurance, check your credit card benefits first. You may already be covered by policies you didn't even know existed.
You loved your fab new camera until your kid broke it. Check the fine print on your credit card account — you may be eligible for a free replacement.
And this year one super cardholder will make it 12 in a row.
Did your pricey purchase break just months after your warranty expired? Your credit card has you covered.
Cards with annual fees often offer bigger rewards and better perks, but how do you know if you're actually coming out ahead?