By making a few key moves before you shop, you can easily trick your brain into better credit card use. Here's how.
by: Emily Guy Birken | channel: Credit Cards
Your credit card company uses all sorts of sneaky statement tricks to keep you in debt. Learn what to look out for.
People in their late 20s are deeper in debt than their parents were. But with these tools, you can break the debt cycle.
by: Beverly Harzog | channel: Credit Cards
With all the credit card offers out there, it can be hard to figure out which ones are worth it. Help decide what card is right for you with this list.
by: Miranda Marquit | channel: Credit Cards
Thanks to an antitrust settlement, retailers now have the right to charge you a fee for paying with your credit card. Learn how to fight back.
Even savvy shoppers can get sucked into credit card traps. Get the benefits of a rewards card and avoid the pitfalls by developing these habits.
Starting New Year's resolutions on January 1 is silly. Now that we're settling into 2013, here are some (very reasonable) resolutions for your credit card.
With industry best interest rates and no fees, the PenFed Promise Visa card may be just the trick for borrowers looking to break the big bank habit.
by: Jason Steele | channel: Credit Cards
Join the fun free game that rewards you for NOT spending money.
by: Ashley Jacobs | channel: Credit Cards, Giveaways
2012 had some fantastic credit card offers. The best part? They're still available. From great rewards to low interest rates, check out our expert's picks.
There are a lot of parallels between losing weight and saving money — in fact, some of the best financial advice comes from dieting.
by: Emily Guy Birken | channel: Credit Cards, Debt Management
While regular credit card use can be harmful, these 12 responsible credit habits can help you build a stronger credit rating and a healthier bottom line.
by: Elizabeth Lang | channel: Credit Cards
From mobile wallets to great sign-up bonuses to (could it be?) easy credit, learn about next year's big credit card trends.
Getting 3% cash back at many department stores is attractive, but the 6% cash back on supermarket purchases is what really sets this card apart.
FICO has a formula that rates your creditworthiness. Other companies do too, but using their services could get you in trouble. Learn why.
What to do when a purchase breaks after the warranty is over? Read your credit card fine print — you might be able to get a full, no-string-attached refund.
A miserly 1% cash back isn’t great, but several other attractive features make this card a good choice, especially for world travelers.
Whether you're doing holiday shopping or just making an everyday purchase, follow these steps to keep your credit card information safe.
As the only credit card on the market with no balance transfer fee, the Chase Slate card can save you serious cash (and help you make a plan to pay off debt).
From extended warranties to price protection to easier returns, buying holiday gifts with your credit card can give you some serious benefits.
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