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Is There a Credit Card Rewards Tax?

Smart use of rewards credit cards can put money back into your pocket, but will it also drive up your tax bill because of a credit card rewards tax?
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4 Financial Mistakes to Avoid Next Year

If you're working toward any financial goals in the new year, you'll want to make sure you avoid these four financial mistakes.
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What are Business Credit Scores and Why Do They Matter?

You've heard of credit scores, but did you know that your business has them, too? We explain why business credit scores matter and how to improve yours.
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What is the SCRA and How Does It Help Military Service Members?

The SCRA provides benefits and protections to uniformed servicemembers on active duty. Find out what the SCRA can do for you.
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Best Credit Cards for 2019

Whether you're looking to travel or want a card with a long 0% intro APR, our list of the best credit cards for 2019 has you covered.
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Do Balance Transfers Have a Deadline?

Your new credit card offers a year of of 0% intro APR on balance transfers, but is there a time limit to transfer a balance before you lose the offer?
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Signs Your Student Might Be Dealing with a Scholarship Scam

As your student starts searching for scholarships to apply for, take a moment to read our guide to spotting and avoiding a scholarship scam.
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Can You Negotiate Credit Card Fees with Issuers?

No one likes paying credit card fees and penalties, but you may be able to get your credit card provider to waive certain fees with some shrewd negotiation.
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Refinance Loan or Balance Transfer: Will It Save You Money?

Getting a refinance loan or balance transfer can help you manage your debt, but not all the time. We explain when both options can save you money.
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What’s the Difference Between Revolving Credit and Installment Credit?

You know you need credit, but what are revolving credit and installment credit? We discuss the differences and how to make the most of revolving credit.
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