If you’re a frequent traveler, a hotel credit card can be a big help. Just know the pros and cons, and choose a hotel card that meets specific travel needs.
With mortgages rates in decline, millions of Americans are mulling over a mortgage refinancing deal. When the light turns “green”, avoid these mortgage refinancing mistakes.
With mortgage rates in decline, more Americans will try to land a new home at a great deal or refinance an existing one. Along the way, watch out for these “mortgage myths.”
Credit and charge cards have their similarities, but they actually have more differences. Getting to know those differences can steer you toward a better choice of plastic down the road.
What’s the “sweet spot” for applying for a credit card? Your own personal financial needs and opportunity play key roles.
Looking for a better deal from a credit card company or seeking to curb your plastic debt? Negotiating directly can get the job done.
With college campuses shuttered due to COVID-19, the financial fallout is still being processed by students and their families. One of the main questions on their minds: Will colleges issue refunds?
Canceling a credit score can negatively impact a consumer’s credit score. That said, there are instances where canceling a card can bring benefits that outweigh any “ding” on a credit score.
Mortgage shoppers looking for interest rate flexibility should take a closer look at adjustable-rate mortgages, where up-front savings are in play.
So-called “no-cost” mortgage refinancing deals are a good deal for some consumers – but you’re paying the closing costs either way.