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Whether you’re looking for tips on racking up credit card points or you just want to learn about the latest cards to hit this fast-changing market, we’ve got you covered. Start here to learn about using credit cards to your advantage, staying out of debt, and earning rewards like free travel or cash back

Featured Articles

When Paying Bills With Credit Card Makes Sense (and When It Doesn’t)

While credit cards can serve as short-term loans when you’re in a pinch, they also offer one heck of a convenience…

Holly Johnson
Apr 6, 2020
Eight Tips to Make Credit Cards Work for You, Not Against You

A credit card can be a valuable tool if you know how to use it properly. Likewise, using credit cards…

Holly Johnson
Apr 6, 2020
How to Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rate

If credit card debt, and more specifically ridiculously high interest, is holding you back, take back control by lowering your…

Stephen Altrogge
Stephen Altrogge
May 27, 2020

Most Recent Articles

How to Build Good Credit in College

The typical college student has a lot to worry about – paying for school, classwork, holding down a job, and…

Kristen Kuchar
Apr 6, 2020
Can You Get a Chip-and-PIN Credit Card Now?

2014 seemed to be the year of big data breaches in the United States. Hacks at four major retailers — Home Depot,…

Kaitlyn Wells
Dec 13, 2017
Are Credit Card Rewards Really Worth It?

A friend recently mentioned that she wished she had more time off work to travel – and more money to…

Holly Johnson
Jan 27, 2020
Your Credit Card May Offer Rental Car Insurance

This year, consumers will take 1.6 billion leisure trips across the United States, reports the U.S. Travel Association, a trade…

Kaitlyn Wells
Sep 4, 2019
Vacations You Can Take With Credit Card Rewards

The average vacation for a family of four rang in at a staggering $4,580 in 2014, according to a recent…

Holly Johnson
Jan 27, 2020
10 Steps to Rid Yourself of Credit Card Debt Forever

No one likes being in credit card debt. It’s one of the easiest payment methods for overspending, and yet is the…

Carrie Smith
Jun 27, 2019