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New to the Credit Game?

 

Not having enough activity on your credit file can make it as difficult to secure a credit card as having credit. Here are a few ways to get your credit history in tip-top shape.

Why Your 401(k) Isn’t the Solution for Credit Card Debt

 

Thinking your retirement fund will save your finances? You may be digging a much deeper hole by that taking that route. Here are a few reasons why, along with ideas on other options for eliminating your credit card debt.

No Annual Fee Credit Card Offers Available

 

A no annual fee credit card is a great financial management tool. Here we review several of the better offers available, including the Discover More card and AMEX Simply Cash business credit card.

5 Reasons to Change Your Credit Card Company

 

Today’s credit card offers might be a big incentive for you to make your own changes. Cash back bonuses or balance transfer options are often why consumers apply for a new credit card.

Amex Tops in Customer Satisfaction

 

J.D. Powers released its annual list of credit cards with highest customer satisfaction. American Express, for the fifth year in a row, tops that list. Here are a few reasons why.

Parting Ways? Split the Credit Card Debt

 

Sometimes, holy matrimony can feel more like a holy terror. In our modern society, our marriages are just as apt to fall apart as they are to stay intact. Unfortunately, divorcing your joint debt might be harder than divorcing your spouse.

Comparing Business Cards: AMEX Plum, Chase Ink Plus

 

With what feels like credit card overload in the business card industry, knowing the details before you apply can make a big difference in the costs of running a business.

Credit Cards: Singular or Plural?

 

With so many credit card offers, it’s difficult to decide which ones and how many to carry. A reality check and a bit of research ensures you’re making the best financial decisions when it comes to your credit.