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Been considering a Discover card? Check out the best Discover card offers this year before you decide.
The rewards program should not be your sole reason for taking advantage of a credit card offer. Here are several reasons why.
You hear all the time about comparison shopping for credit cards, but do you know how? We break it down here.
Many Americans find themselves overwhelmed with credit card debt. There are ways to find yourself back to rosier financial health. It requires patience and homework – but it can make a world of difference for your finances.
Thinking you might qualify for a lower APR credit card offer? Do your homework and be sure to check out the Chase and Capital One credit card offers before you decide.
The Discover Escape credit card offer has something for everyone. A six month 0% intro APR to versatile rewards, this credit card shows why Discover continues to rank number one in customer satisfaction surveys.
Several new credit card offers have recently been announced, including Capital One’s Spark. This business credit card is loaded with perks and benefits, including one that has no annual fee.
Prepaid cards are fueling massive growth in the financial sector. Here are a few things to keep in mind before you set up that prepaid debit or credit card.
As it turns out, Americans with good credit scores are getting approved for credit card offers that up until recently required excellent credit scores. Here are a few of our picks if you’re looking to strengthen or rebuild your credit history.
Thousands of people can relate to Regina’s story. Here’s how one woman survived bankruptcy and foreclosure and is now putting her new credit card to good use this holiday season.
No shortage of business credit card offers can make choosing the right one difficult. Take a look at the reviews of the more popular offers, including AMEX OPEN and Chase Ink.
Many of us are wondering what we should be focusing our attention on these days: paying down our credit card debt or working on building our savings. Here are a few questions you should be asking yourself.