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When I was unemployed, I used a low-interest credit card to preserve my emergency savings — and I have no regrets
I knew that if I allowed myself to spend that money so early on in building the new habit of saving, I might lose all the progress I made.
4 things to consider before taking out a credit card cash advance — plus the top alternatives to consider
The quick fix of a credit card cash advance carries consequences, like sky-high interest fees and a negative impact on your credit score.
Credit card travel rewards may not seem very useful right now, but don’t forget you can redeem them for cash back
The points you earn with almost any travel rewards card can be redeemed for cash back. This is a useful option to have, and it can be a decent value.
As credit card issuers change and devalue their points programs, some credit card users might debate the merits of opening a cash-back card instead.
5 credit card pairings that get you even more benefits and rewards — in most cases, with just one annual fee
These cards from Citi, Amex, and more are great on their own, but they offer even more value when you combine them with another card.
Credit card interest rates are higher than ever, but 8 cards have a lower APR if you need to carry a balance
Credit card interest rates are at a historic high, but there are still some options that offer low APRs, both with 0% introductory offers and after.
Make sure you're using a credit card for your holiday shopping that will protect your purchases and earn you bonus rewards.
Retirees have the free time to travel, and many have the solid credit needed to open the top rewards cards. Here's why they should, and which to pick.
The 4 types of credit cards everyone should have to diversify rewards and benefits and enjoy travel protections
No matter your spending habits and budget, having these four types of credit cards helps you maximize spending and stay protected when you travel.
No-fee credit cards can earn useful rewards quickly, just like cards with fees. Here are a few of the best ones available to open in 2019.