NextAdvisor Blog - Personal Finance

New U.S. Bank Credit Card Reviews: Customize Your Cash Back and More

We just added two new U.S. Bank credit card reviews. One card offers users custom cash back earnings, while the other has a long 0% intro APR period.
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NextAdvisor Reveals the Results of Its 2017 Travel Rewards Credit Card Analysis

Do you know how much your travel rewards credit card's points are worth? Our annual Travel Rewards Credit Card Analysis can help you find out.
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Why You Shouldn’t Carry a Balance on Your Credit Card

If you carry a balance on your credit card, you may not know how it can impact your credit. Find out why it's never ideal to carry a credit card balance.
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Which Credit Card Transactions Can’t Earn Rewards?

Do you know whether a balance transfer can earn rewards for your credit card or not? What about a cash advance? Here are the facts.
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Limited-Time Offer: Earn 60,000 Bonus Miles with the AAdvantage Platinum Select Credit Cards

If you frequent American Airlines, now's the time to get an AAdvantage Platinum Select credit card because it just doubled its intro bonus!
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5 Tips to Prepare New Homeowners for the Next Tax Season

Preparing for tax season is something you should do year-round, especially if you plan to become a new homeowner. Learn how to prepare now.
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The College Graduate’s Financial Guide to the Real World

Graduating this May? Read our college graduate's financial guide to find out how you can start your post-grad life off on the right foot.
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Best Credit Cards to Pay for Wedding Expenses

It's no secret that weddings are expensive, but did you know that a credit card is one of the best ways to fund wedding expenses? Find out why.
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Owe Money to Uncle Sam? Here’s How to Adjust Your Tax Liability

If you owed the IRS some money this year or received too much of a refund (there is such a thing), there are some ways you can adjust your tax liability.
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Why You Should Monitor Your Credit Frequently

It's no secret that you should monitor your credit, but how frequently should you check in on it? We explain why checking in often is important.
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