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Unexpected medical expenses are a part of life. But before you reach for your credit card, be sure you’ve explored all other options for repaying the hospital or doctor’s office.
Credit card payment insurance sounds like a good idea – until you realize it might be unnecessary and worse, it may not kick in when you need it most. Here’s why some experts discourage these credit card disability policies.
Discover claimed the number one spot for the second year in a row for its many checks and balances for fraud prevention. Learn more about those checks and balances.
In a bold move, American Express announces new avenues for recent college grads struggling in a tough economy. These bootcamps and other opportunities provide resources free of charge and you don’t have to be an AMEX card holder.
Everyone’s finances are different, though their desires to be debt free are always universal. A balance transfer credit card might be your solution while for others, it makes sense to tap into their savings to meet their goals.
Foreclosures, bankruptcies and missed credit card payments are all part of many Americans’ credit reports these days. Changing jobs can double your problems if you’re required to sign a consent form for a routine credit check.
No annual fee credit card offers are a great way to save money. Here are a few of the latest offers for consumers and small businesses.
Ready to move into the financial digital age? Visa and Google just might be able to help you achieve that goal by the end of the year.
The Office of Servicemember Affairs was founded to serve as a financial advocate for military members, their families and veterans. Learn more about it here.
Think all credit card offers are the same? Think again; today’s credit-savvy woman knows what’s best for her needs and future and can recognize the best perks in a credit card offer.
With the S&P choosing to lower the nation’s credit rating, there are lessons to be learned from what our elected leaders didn’t do. Here’s how you can apply those lessons to your own budgeting efforts.
Your vacation doesn’t have to break the bank, whether you travel by air or prefer the scenic route when traveling by car. Check out our credit card tips on these rewards cards.