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Pros and Cons of Crypto-Earning Credit Cards

Cryptocurrencies are becoming a greater part of conversations in the finance industry, and many are looking to get on board. Credit card companies in particular are looking for ways to integrate cryptocurrencies, and one of the emerging ideas is a crypto-earning... read more

Large Lenders Are Expanding Credit Card Access

In the past, credit card access has been largely limited to individuals with solid credit histories and high credit scores. Recently, however, companies have tried to improve access by expanding eligibility to those individuals who lack a credit history. Specifically,... read more

Bitcoin Debit and Credit Cards – All You Need To Know

Cryptocurrency is becoming a greater part of mainstream discussions these days, and Bitcoin in particular has been making headlines. More and more individuals are investing in Bitcoin, and it is gradually becoming accepted as a valid alternative payment method. With... read more

Assessing the Merits of Debit vs Credit Card Usage

“Credit or debit?” You have probably run into this question many times when checking out at a store, or perhaps you have wondered to yourself which one is better to use when handling utilities payments or other transactions. Knowing the benefits and drawbacks of using... read more

How Closing a Credit Card Account Can Lower Your Credit Score

Closing a credit card account might seem harmless upon first glance. Perhaps you want to manage fewer accounts or maybe you are worried about future payments. Depending on the nature of the account you are closing, however, this can negatively impact your credit... read more

The Actual Cost of Credit Cards – All You Need to Know

Credit cards are great if used correctly. They can help you build credit and provide funds to make larger purchases. However, credit cards can be dangerously costly if not managed correctly. Knowing what credit cards truly cost and understanding how to properly manage... read more

Will Checking Your Credit Affect Your Credit Score?

Will I be charged a credit interest every time I check my credit rating? This is one of the biggest misconceptions people have about their credit rating, and it could be the sole reason why they are so out of touch when it comes to the topic. Some may tell you... read more

Paying for Gas with Credit Card

The unprecedented rise in gasoline prices has greatly affected consumers in numerous ways. Credit card companies have introduced gas discounts that let consumers save money whether you are on a long drive or city drive. As prices hike, our professional credit... read more

Why Minimum Credit Card Payments Aren’t as Bad as You Think

Credit card companies had been extremely pressured by federal regulators to raise the current minimum credit card payments from 2% to 4% of total outstanding balances. Regulators argue that such a move would help consumers get out of debt faster, thereby reducing... read more

Millenials and Gen-Z | Who has the better credit score?

A recent study shows that credit scores not only vary between two different income brackets or educational attainment but also from generation to generation. The information gathered from the survey sheds new light on the question of the correlation between age and... read more

Things You Do Not Know About Gas Station Credit Cards

With gas prices approaching $2.70 per gallon, it makes sense that consumers would look for ways to cut their budgets and even cut the occasional corner. More than 43 million people had gas cards in 2017, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Credit cards that... read more
Keep Getting Credit Card Offers? How to Evaluate

Keep Getting Credit Card Offers? How to Evaluate

Are you getting lots of credit card offers in the mail? Wondering which ones are good and which ones are, well, not so great? Here’s a deep-dive 7-point inspection you can do for each card offer you get to decide whether it’s worth applying. Before we dive into the... read more

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