NextAdvisor Blog - Credit Cards

Mid-Year Financial Checkup: Where Do Your Finances Stand?

Half of the year is already over, which means you may want to complete a mid-year financial checkup. Learn how you can assess your financial health.
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What is a Balance Transfer?

What is a balance transfer? That's likely a question you've asked yourself once before. We detail what it is and how you can complete a balance transfer.
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BankAmericard Credit Card: The Right Card for Your Balance Transfer?

Don't know which card is best for your balance transfer? We're breaking down the BankAmericard Credit Card to help you decide if it's right for you.
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The Ultimate Guide to 0% Intro APR

Do you know what 0% intro APR is or why it matters? Read our guide to learn how to make sense of your credit card's 0% intro APR.
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What the Fed Rate Increase Means for Your Credit Card

The Federal Open Market Committee just increased the short-term interest rate. Find out how this rate increase will impact your credit card.
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Fed Expected to Raise Interest Rates: How This Impacts You

This week, the Fed will meet to discuss the economy and decide whether or not to raise interest rates. Learn how this might affect you in the coming months.
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Wells Fargo Platinum Visa Card Just Extended Its 0% Intro APR to 18 Months

Looking for a card with an 18-month 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers? The Wells Fargo Platinum Visa Card just extended its offer period.
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A Parent’s Guide to Student Credit Cards

Although parents may have preconceived notions about credit cards, they shouldn't let this hold their college student back from getting one. Learn why.
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Do You Need Auto Insurance for a Rental Car?

Are you planning on renting a car soon? We detail whether or not you need to purchase auto insurance for your rental car.
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Trying to Rebuild Your Credit? Watch Out for Credit Privacy Number Scams

Is it possible for your credit to get a clean slate? We're breaking down how companies claim a credit privacy number can do this and if it's a scam.
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