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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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Wells Fargo Offers “Green” Credit Card Rewards to Ease Global Warming

Wells Fargo Offers “Green” Credit Card Rewards to Ease Global Warming
April 20, 2007 2 Comments »

Instead of cashing in credit card points for airline flights or gift certificates, why not donate money to renewable energy projects to make the Earth a cleaner, safer place for future generations? Assuming you’re that selfless, Wells Fargo is now ... Read More »

Adding New Credit Will Increase Your Monthly Liabilities

Adding New Credit Will Increase Your Monthly Liabilities
April 9, 2007 No Comments »

Consumers are always looking for shortcuts to improve their credit scores in a hurry. When attempting to build credit for large purchases such as a mortgage, consumers often elect to add themselves to one or more credit accounts of a ... Read More »

Avoid Credit Inquiries When Requesting Higher Lines of Credit

Avoid Credit Inquiries When Requesting Higher Lines of Credit
April 2, 2007 No Comments »

As I mentioned in an earlier post, periodically raising credit lines is a good way to boost your overall available credit total and percentage, which over time will lead to a higher credit score and a larger amount of supportable ... Read More »

Al Gore Wants You to Opt-in to Electronic Credit Card Statements

Al Gore Wants You to Opt-in to Electronic Credit Card Statements
March 13, 2007 No Comments »

Doesn’t he…? Everyday we receive numerous letters in the mail from the many companies we do business with. We get credit card statements, investment summaries, utility bills, and other highly sensitive information. We also receive junk mail, spam, advertisements, solicitations, ... Read More »

A Simple, Quick Way to Build Credit

A Simple, Quick Way to Build Credit
March 7, 2007 No Comments »

If you have a bad credit score, or no credit score at all, it’s often tough to get things going. It’s really a bit of a catch-22, because without credit history, you can’t get credit. So how does one get ... Read More »

New Bill May Block Credit Cards for Illegals

New Bill May Block Credit Cards for Illegals
March 7, 2007 No Comments »

It was reported by the Wall Street Journal that Bank of America will begin offering credit cards without the need for a social security number or credit history. These credit cards are likely aimed at illegal immigrants, mainly Hispanics who ... Read More »

Always Keep At Least 3 Lines of Credit Open and Active

Always Keep At Least 3 Lines of Credit Open and Active
February 20, 2007 No Comments »

You probably don’t need another excuse to use your credit card, but keeping three lines of credit open and active is often a requirement by many mortgage lenders as a basic qualifying guideline (The requirement usually calls for a minimum ... Read More »