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The Best Credit Cards to Use Abroad ...

So you’re thinking about traveling abroad.  Sweet, but before you jump on that plane, there’s plenty to do to ensure you have a safe and ...

What’s a Good APR for a Credit ...

Credit card Q&A: “What is a good APR for a credit card?” Everyone always want the best, the lowest, the cheapest, etc. It makes perfect ...

Chase Sapphire vs. Chase Sapphire Preferred

These days it’s pretty common to see two versions of a certain credit card. The “preferred” version and the “classic” version. And perhaps one of ...

Get Massive Sign-Up Bonuses When You Apply ...

It’s time for another credit card review, this time I’ll be looking at the Ink cards from Chase. This is actually a new credit card ...

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American Express Plum Card

American Express Plum Card
November 2, 2007 Comments Off

In just a couple days, the “American Express Plum Card” will be released, promising to revolutionize the way business owners use credit cards. Put simply, the Plum Card allows businesses to manage cash flow with the use of an credit ... Read More »

Paying the Mortgage with Your Credit Card?

Paying the Mortgage with Your Credit Card?
November 1, 2007 No Comments »

As you’ve probably heard, the mortgage crisis has made it increasingly difficult to obtain a decent rate on a home loan, let alone any financing (or refinancing) at all for some unlucky borrowers. Many homeowners who obtained financing when subprime ... Read More »

Two Credit Cards Are Better Than One

Two Credit Cards Are Better Than One
October 29, 2007 No Comments »

When it comes to credit cards, it may be beneficial to hold more than one, as opposed to relying on a single credit card for all your purchases. Perhaps the most important reason why you should carry multiple credit cards ... Read More »

Watch Out for Negative Payment Hierarchy

Watch Out for Negative Payment Hierarchy
October 11, 2007 No Comments »

Let’s get one thing straight. Credit card issuers aren’t your friends. They are your business partners, and they’re in business to make money. That being said, most credit card issuers set things up so you pay off the lowest interest ... Read More »

Get to Know your Spending Habits

Get to Know your Spending Habits
October 2, 2007 No Comments »

If you’re like me, you’re probably always astounded at how much you charge on your credit card(s) in a given month. Amazingly, all those seemingly small charges tend to add up over the 30 or so days in a given ... Read More »

Suze Orman Says 760 Credit Score the New 720

Suze Orman Says 760 Credit Score the New 720
September 24, 2007 No Comments »

I overheard something this morning uttered by that crazy lady Suze Orman, the queen of money advice, claiming a 720 credit score simply won’t cut it anymore. According to Orman, the top tier for the best credit card offers is ... Read More »

New Pin-Based Credit Card Launched

New Pin-Based Credit Card Launched
September 24, 2007 No Comments »

A new era in credit card technology has arrived with the advent of the RevolutionCard, a credit card with no identifying information embossed on the card (CVV2 number). Instead, the credit card relies entirely on the use of a PIN ... Read More »

CVV2 Credit Card Scam

CVV2 Credit Card Scam
September 23, 2007 No Comments »

A new credit card scam has surfaced, one which relies on obtaining your CVV2 number, the three or four digit security code displayed on the front or back of your credit card. I had been meaning to write about this ... Read More »

Five Credit Card Fees You Can Avoid

Five Credit Card Fees You Can Avoid
September 9, 2007 No Comments »

As you probably already know, credit card issuers make much of their money on collected interest and outrageous fees.  It seems everyday credit card companies are coming up with new fees to charge customers.  Take a look at five common ... Read More »

A Lesson in Credit Utilization

A Lesson in Credit Utilization
September 3, 2007 No Comments »

A friend of mine recently notified me that his credit score plummeted nearly 100 points from the last time it was updated. He is enrolled in a credit monitoring program, so he receives alerts when his credit scores fluctuate. Naturally, ... Read More »