NextAdvisor Blog - Credit Cards

What is a Debt-to-Income Ratio and How Does It Impact You?

There are many things that can affect your credit card application, including your debt-to-income ratio. We explain what you should know about this metric.
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New: Citi Rewards+ Card Earns Points on Everyday Purchases

The new Citi Rewards+ Card not only earns points on everyday purchases, but also offers a 0% intro APR opportunity, has no annual fee and so much more.
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Customize Your Rewards with the Bank of America Cash Rewards credit card

The Bank of America Cash Rewards credit card gives cardholders the power to choose their 3% cash back rewards category, along with so much more.
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How the Government Shutdown Could Impact Your Wallet

See how the government shutdown could affect your finances as it drags on and what you can do to get help making ends meet.
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5 Things to Know About Preapproved Credit Card Offers

Received a preapproved credit card offer that interests you? We explain five things you should know before accepting that credit card offer.
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Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards for You

Looking to complete a balance transfer, but don't know where to start? Our list of the best balance transfer credit cards can help.
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How Many Credit Cards Should You Have?

We look at the credit habits of average Americans and those with the highest credit scores to make our recommendations. Learn more.
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Best Business Credit Cards for Your Credit Score

Need a business credit card? Whether your credit scores are excellent, good, average, fair or even limited credit, there's a business credit card for you.
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Achieve Your New Year’s Resolution with These Credit Cards

It's officially 2019! Now that you've set your goals for this year, these credit cards can help you keep work toward your New Year's resolution.
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4 Cognitive Biases That Can Cost You Money

Don't let your psychology get in the way of your finances. Learn how to avoid common cognitive biases that can make you lose money.
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