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In the first quarter of 2020, the average credit card interest rate in the US was 15.09%, according to data from the Federal Reserve.
Does your credit card’s travel insurance cover coronavirus cancellations? Here’s what American Express, Chase and others are telling custo...
Reimbursement for illness is a common feature on many major credit cards. Here's a list of some of their policies that would apply to coronavirus.
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.
11 of the best credit card offers in December, from up to 200,000 Capital One miles to a limited-time United card bonus
The best credit card offers of December, including bonuses from Capital One, the United Explorer card, and the Amex Green card.
Once you've earned a credit card sign-up bonus, you can continue to accumulate points quickly by maximizing your spending and using dining programs.
Applying for a new credit card can get you $500 or more toward free travel — or your holiday shopping budget
Credit card sign-up bonuses can get you points for free travel or for cash back. If you want to save money on holiday shopping, take note.
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.
The Wells Fargo Propel is arguably the best no-annual-fee personal credit card to open in 2019 — here’s why
The Wells Fargo Propel has no annual fee, a 30,000-point welcome bonus, and gets 3 points per dollar on food, travel, and popular streaming services.
We pick the best cash back credit card of 2019, and the best alternatives that offer anywhere from 1-4% back. You can also earn sign-up bonuses.
Credit cards with no foreign transaction fees are the best way to make a purchase outside of the US due to low costs and added fraud protections.