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New: SimplyCash Plus Business Credit Card from American Express Review
The SimplyCash Business Credit Card from American Express earns cash back rewards, features a generous intro bonus, doesn't have an annual fee, and even has a 0% 9-month intro APR on purchases. Plus, it has a nifty little option that lets users charge over their credit limit in those months where they might need to make some extra purchases. Read on to learn more.

Best Credit Cards for Victims of Identity Theft
Identity theft is one of those crimes that packs quite a punch for its victims, and the effects can be felt for long after the initial fraud is discovered. It’s no secret that someone who is a victim of identity theft might see a major hit on their credit as a result. Most identity theft […]

Millennials and Credit Cards: NextAdvisor.com Survey Reveals What They Understand
The financial needs and habits of a person in their twenties who is either finishing up college or a full-time member of the workforce are vastly different from those of someone older with a family and mortgage. This is especially true when it comes to credit cards, which is why we set out to figure […]

Walmart Sues Visa Over Chip-and-PIN Transactions: What You Need to Know
These days, it might seem like a lot of companies are going to court over consumer security. The trend started with last year’s Target lawsuit following the 2013 breach, then we saw Apple taking on the FBI regarding iPhone encryption earlier this year and now we have Walmart challenging Visa over chip-and-signature transactions using the […]


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