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Considering an American Express Credit Card? See if You Qualify for a Special Offer Before You Apply
Deciding to open a new credit card can be a challenge. While you may be tempted to apply for the first offer you see, it may not always be the best option for you. So how do you know you’re getting the best credit card offer possible? If you’re considering an American Express (a NextAdvisor […]

Limited-Time Offer: Get 50,000 Bonus Miles with These Airline-Branded Credit Cards
If you frequently fly with American Airlines, now might be the time for you to apply for an American Airlines-branded credit card. That’s because Citi just added a generous¬†limited-time offer to the Citi / AAdvantage Platinum Select World Elite MasterCard¬†(a NextAdvisor advertiser) and the CitiBusiness / AAdvantage Platinum Select World MasterCard. For a limited time, […]

What Happens to Your Finances After a Divorce?
When the wedding bells ring, nobody wants to think that their¬†future plans might go sour, but unfortunately divorce is something that could happen. While the divorce rate has been falling for decades, the truth is that there are still a lot of couples who, expecting only to part in death, are unprepared for the financial […]

Which Wells Fargo Credit Card is Best for You?
If you’re a Wells Fargo customer (or planning to become one), you might be considering getting a credit card with your bank to streamline your financial experience. The good news is, there are a number of Wells Fargo credit card options on the market for you to consider, but that also means it’s important to […]

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