At the beginning of the year I wrote about the four credit cards that I want but don't have, and among those is The Blue Business? Plus Credit Card from American Express. Amex introduced this no annual fee card last year, and it offers...Show More Summary
As the Federal Reserve reported most recently two weeks ago, US consumer non-mortgage debt has never been higher: as of December 31, 2017, US households have a record $1.0 trillion of credit card/revolving loans, a record $1.3 trillion...Show More Summary
Fraudsters are using fake Amazon customer support numbers to steal consumers' bank and credit card info
A New York Times columnist floated the idea of having banks and credit card companies cut business ties with retailers that sell assault weapons and accessories. Some finance industry executives are already reportedly on board with the...Show More Summary
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I do my best to give general advice on credit cards while still noting that different cards work best for different people. For example, while I have the Chase Sapphire Reserve? and think it's a phenomenal card, it's not the ideal card...Show More Summary
Prime Members with the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card will earn 5% cash back when they shop at Whole Foods Market.
If you haven’t noticed, Americans love debt. The average household has around $130,000 in total debt, including $50,000 in student loan debt, nearly $30,000 in auto loans, and $16,000 in credit card debt. With an average credit card interest rate of 15%, that would be $2,400 in interest per year. With a student loan interest rate of 6.8%, that […]
There are plenty of credit cards out there with amazing perks and benefits that don’t require you to spend a lot. We give you a list of our top 4 to let you get the most bang for your buck. Biggest Bang For Your Buck: High Rewards, Low Minimum Spend Credit Cards appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
If you're a Prime member with a Prime credit card, Amazon would like to thank you for your loyalty with a new perk.
Tandem, the U.K. challenger bank that recently acquired the banking arm of the famous Harrods department store partly in order to get its banking license back on track, has launched its first banking product: a credit card that offers cashback on every purchase and no exchange fees when spending abroad. Read More
It may come as a surprise, but credit card issuers have the flexibility to modify the terms of your account after it’s been opened. While that fact may be understandably unsettling, there’s not much you can do about it. And one of the most common ways a card issuer will change the terms of your account is by lowering your credit limit. Show More Summary
To avoid rising debt, good credit card management comes down to paying your monthly bill in full and on time.
People don’t talk much about their credit card debt, but it’s common to have it.
Here's what higher rates means for your student loan tab, savings account, mortgage and credit cards.
There are over 1000 airport lounges that a Priority Pass will gain you access to, most of those are spread throughout airports around the world. In order to expand their network in the US (where they have only about 6% of their total...Show More Summary
We recently made our first podcast appearance where we talked all things luxury travel and how to attain your travel goals with your credit cards. Hear us out! The post Catch our Paisa Vaisa podcast on points, miles & luxury travel! appeared first on Live from a Lounge.
There are a couple of really strong targeted credit card signup offers that have resurfaced recently that feature top-notch signup bonuses for great return on your spend. First up, One Mile at a Time reports that there is a new targeted...Show More Summary
The first credit card I obtained that had an annual fee of more than $100 was the Amex Platinum several years ago. The annual fee was a little lower back then than it is now, but still, the idea of paying hundreds of dollars for a rewards card took some getting used to. Show More Summary