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Avoid Balance Transfer Fees with These Credit Cards
When it comes to eliminating high-interest credit card debt, a balance transfer credit card is an option for a number of people. These types of credit cards not only give you a set amount of time to pay off or down your balance with no interest (or they provide you with a low, ongoing interest […]

Making Sure They’re the One: Financial Compatibility and Your Relationship
Love is blind, or so it’s said, but when it comes to long-term relationships, there are some differences you can’t hide from forever. This is especially true when it comes to your financial compatibility. A multitude of studies have suggested that the No. 1 source of stress in many relationships is disagreement over money-related issues. […]

My Experience Getting a Discover it – Cashback Match Credit Card
Updated: March 1, 2017 When considering a new credit card, it’s important to look at what the card can do for you as well as what the drawbacks might be. Unfortunately, it can sometimes be difficult to ascertain whether a specific feature or perk will be as helpful as it sounds until after you’ve gotten […]

What’s the Best Credit Card for Your Lifestyle?
Updated: March 1, 2017 Like so many other things in life, credit cards are not one size fits all. Depending on a host of different factors, such as how often you travel or whether you’ve got a big family with an even bigger grocery budget, one credit card might be a better fit than another. […]


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