Advertising Disclosure Credit card issuers are in such fierce competition these days to attract new customers that most have started offering sweetheart deals to win you over, like ultra-long 0% introductory interest periods. While these types of offers can be great (switching from paying something like 15% interest to 0% is... Read more
Credit Cards vs Personal Loans: Which Should You Use for Your Upcoming Expense?
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It’s National Small Business Week: Celebrating America’s Entrepreneurs

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Unless you’re a poor money manager, credit cards are the best way. They offer better consumer protections than the others as well as rewards and perks.

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Finding lower credit card rates along with avoiding interest charges and fees are among the ways you can beat credit card companies at their own game.

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Has your lower back been giving you trouble lately lately, or is it becoming almost impossible to get comfortable in your favorite chair? It may be time for a cleansing. Not of your body, although that may be a good idea too. It might be time to go through... Read more
Q: My wife and I are trying to consolidate and pay down our credit card debt, which will give us a lower payment and interest rate. She thinks we should close out the old accounts so we don’t run the balances back up. I’m concerned that by closing out... Read more
You hear it all the time — “If you make only the minimum payment on your credit cards, it will take decades to pay off your balance.” And the Internet is littered with credit card repayment calculators to back that up. For example, if you input a $5,000 balance,... Read more
Advertising Disclosure Did you hear the one about the agoraphobic who had a travel credit card? No? Good; phobias are no laughing matter. The same goes for jokes about dyslexia: They’re not clever, and they’re ton furry. But there’s a serious point buried in there somewhere: agoraphobics shouldn’t have... Read more