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Choosing the right credit card to match your financial situation and spending habits can bring benefits that go beyond convenience and rewards, it can also help lower the cost of most types of debt.
A provision under the Credit CARD Act of 2009 had an unintended consequence for more than 18 million Americans--but what's being done about it?
All too often, shoppers overspend during the holiday season and face enormous credit card bills comes January--so should they consider cards offering deferred interest payments?
When it comes to saving money, your credit cards’ offerings might extend beyond their rewards program.
Contrary to popular belief, young adults can still open credit card accounts in the post-CARD Act environment--although they might need some help. But which card is the best?
An increasing number of debt-laden consumers are turning to their credit card company or lender to explore possible solutions to shed the debt, and in doing so are discovering a potential goldmine: free balance transfer credit cards.
What do Lil Wayne, the Kardashians, Russell Simmons and Suze Orman have in common? Prepaid cards, oddly enough.
There are a number of attractive credit card offers out there that can help make holiday spending more manageable with up to $500 in initial rewards bonuses or 0% interest rates. From big spenders to debt-laden shoppers, here’s how to pick the right card for you.
When it comes to the world of credit cards, college students are in a unique position: they are a bank's target audience, but the CARD Act places age limitations on when they can open an account. So what's a college student to do?