Blog Category - 'Financial Planning'

Your Retirement and Credit Card Choices

by Antonio Bard

Ready to retire? Choosing the right credit card for your changing needs is important. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.

4 Great Prepaid Credit Cards for Teens

by Evita Page

Teaching your teen financial responsibility is one of the best gifts we can give our young people. Here are four prepaid credit cards to add to your arsenal.

Two Offers, Similar Perks – Now What?

by CreditCardsLab

Two credit card offers might look alike, but upon closer inspection, you might discover a few significant differences. Pay attention to the fine print so that you’re choosing the best credit card for your needs.

The Chase Family of Credit Cards

by Evita Page

The Chase family of credit cards has credit cards right for your business or personal use. Here, we review three of the most popular.

Long Term Effects of How You Spend Your Tax Refund

by Antonio Bard

Already spent that tax refund ten times in your mind? Before you load that online shopping cart, we have a few ideas you might want to consider.

Taking Advantage of National Financial Literacy Month

by Jon Dell

April is National Financial Literacy Month. Take advantage of it by taking an honest look at your financial health.

MasterCard’s BillMyParents Prepaid Debit Card

by Beth May

There are many financial tools for parents to use as they prepare and educate their teens on responsible credit card usage. Here we discuss a few of those tools.

Tips for Unused Credit Cards

by Jon Dell

Have an unused credit card and wondering whether to close it or leave it open? Here are a few tips on what to do – and what not to do.