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Thinking you might qualify for a lower APR credit card offer? Do your homework and be sure to check out the Chase and One credit card offers before you decide.
There’s no denying the many benefits of having a charge card and if you can pay the balance in full each month, the absence of an APR is perhaps the best benefit.
Wondering how to strengthen your finances in 2012? Choosing the best credit card offers for your needs is your best first step for a stronger new year.
We’re all focusing on New Year’s resolutions. Pay attention to your financial situation to ensure better credit card deals and interest rates for your 2012.
Balance transfer credit cards are designed to help you save money. By not reading the terms and conditions. you might end up paying an even higher AR.
All of the credit card companies are pulling out their most robust offers in recent years – all in the hopes of luring you in. Here is our take on what the top 5 offers look like.
0% APR credit cards can save a lot of money each year. Take a look at a few of our recommendations for these interest free credit cards.
These days it’s all about taking care of business right now. We’ve grown accustomed to grocery shopping whenever the whim strikes and seeing real time activity in our checking and savings accounts, courtesy of online banking.
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.
Cash isn’t always king. Here, we talk reasons why you should consider using your credit cards during the holiday season.
Are you taking advantage of the apps available on your iPhone or smartphone? Credit card budgeting has gone high-tech – and these apps are receiving rave reviews from consumers.
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.