The past year dramatically shifted how Americans spend their money—and that has shaken up the roster of most-rewarding credit cards.
Credit card limits are being cut and cards closed amid the recession, but you can take steps to protect yourself.
Pros and cons of the most popular store credit cards.
With credit card rewards as high as 5% or 6%, creating a portfolio of cards can pay off big. Here’s how…
Credit card benefits such as rental car insurance and trip-cancellation coverage are fading and you may not notice until it’s too late.
WalletHub looked at credit cards that are popular with international travelers & reported on which ones have the best perks & can save you the most money.
New rules require that prepaid debit cards—including Social Security and veterans cards— provide protections covering errors, fraud and theft.
As interest rates rise, you could save money by transferring your balance to low-rate credit cards.
You can reap tremendous rewards from these top credit cards by using each to spend in its most rewarding categories.
While three out of four Americans report having had a store credit card, nearly half of those say they regret having gotten it.
Tens of millions of Americans have suffered negative consequences after letting family members or close friends make purchases on their credit cards.
It might make sense to pay everyone’s tab on your credit card to get extra rewards, but not if they don’t pay you back.
About half of all credit cards charge foreign transaction fees—and they can cost card users a lot. Here’s how to avoid foreign transaction fees.
A study found that 45% of Americans are unclear about their credit card rewards. Here’s how to understand yours.
The credit card you choose will depend on whether you are a big borrower...traveler...foodie...or driver...or a small-business person or student.
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