NextAdvisor Blog - Credit Cards

Can I Decline a Credit Card if I Change My Mind?

What happens if you apply for a credit card then change your mind after you've been approved? Can you decline a credit card you don't want?
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We Learned All About the Upgrades Coming to The Platinum Card from American Express

The NextAdvisor team attended a special event to learn about the upgrades coming to The Platinum Card from American Express. Get the details.
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Which Airline-Branded Credit Cards are Best for Frequent Flyers?

If you're loyal to a particular airline, signing up for a credit card that's branded with that airline could earn you more frequent flyer perks.
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Get a 0% Intro APR on Purchases with These Credit Cards

Looking to make a big purchase soon? A credit card with 0% intro APR on purchases can help you avoid paying extra interest. Learn more.
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What Can You Do if Your Credit Dispute is Rejected?

Have you recently filed a credit dispute that was rejected? Find out what your options are for removing this error from your credit reports.
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Credit Report Changes are Coming: Will Your Credit Scores Go Up?

Credit report changes are coming that might increase your credit scores. Learn what these changes are and how they could impact you.
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Credit Limits and Your Credit: How Do They Relate?

While you may know what a credit limit is, you may not know how your credit limits impact your credit scores. Get the lowdown on how these two relate.
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How Repossession Impacts Your Credit

What happens to your credit if your car gets repossessed or your home is foreclosed on? Read to learn about repossession and how it affects your finances.
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3 Simple Ways to Help Your Credit Improve

Looking for financial habits to implement that can help your credit? We've got three simple things you can do to help you build strong financial habits.
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Best Credit Cards for College Students

If you're a student without a credit card, you're doing your credit a disservice. Find out why and see our top credit cards for college students.
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