Earning and redeeming travel rewards is more complicated than ever. Get the latest on how best to get and spend travel rewards.
Finally, a travel rewards credit card that offers flexibility for both the frequent and infrequent flyer, including being able to redeem the rewards as cash!
A balance transfer can help your finances. Moving your money from a high-rate card to one that has a 0% APR can save you money and help you pay off your debt much faster.
Is your credit score good, bad...or excellent? Find out what range you're in and what that means for your borrowing prospects.
Did you know the VISA Signature credit card you have come with a ton of benefits that's not related to the specific card you have? Here's the comprehensive list!
The Capital One Platinum Prestige card drops the usual rewards card bells and whistles and offers a simple, no fee, low APR credit product.
The US Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Card allows you to choose the "bonus" categories that would allow you to get the most points possible.
Usually you're better off shredding all those credit card offers that come in the mail. Find out when to break out the letter opener instead.
You don't have to make life-altering changes to see big results. Start with one or two of these small money resolutions and grow from there!
FICO has a new formula for determining credit scores, and it should help borrowers. Find out how it might help you, too.
Students and credit cards can be a recipe for financial disaster. But when used responsibly, a credit card offers students some real benefits.
Just how much is an airline mile worth? It depends on the airline — and the credit card.
Usually it's smart to avoid a credit card with an annual fee. Do the hefty rewards and perks with these annual fee cards change the equation?
Most banks offer a cash rewards card. Citi tweaks the recipe by rewarding cardholders twice. Find out of the twist makes the card worth holding.
Read the fine print on your credit card agreement, and you may be surprised at all the ways your account can save you money. Wait! What?
A card with more modest benefits and no annual fee can be better than one with extra features you don't use but have to pay an annual fee for. These are our favorites.
Holiday shopping can batter your budget. Take maximum advantage of credit card reward programs to ease the spending pain.
There's no mystery to building a good credit score, but you do need to follow a few simple rules with your credit cards.
Confused by the proliferating credit card rewards programs? Find out what terms to avoid — and which ones will really save you money.
Depending on your debt situation, a peer-to-peer loan may be an affordable — and sensible — way to retire debt. Here's what you should consider.
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