NextAdvisor Blog - Credit Cards

How Transferring Credit Card Points to a Travel Program Can Boost Your Rewards

Transferring your credit card rewards points to a frequent flyer or hotel travel program can supercharge your earnings. Here's how to do it.
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Credit Reports and Credit Scores: What are They and Why Do They Matter?

What are credit reports and credit scores? Read on to learn what they are, how they differ and why your credit reports and credit scores matter.
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Can I Get a Special Offer with My Current Credit Card?

Do you ever find yourself asking if it's possible to get special offers on your current credit card? You might be surprised to find out the answer.
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Visa Signature vs. World Elite Mastercard: Which Gives Better Benefits?

Visa Signature and World Elite Mastercard both grant extra benefits for cardholders, but which program is right for you? We compare them so you can decide.
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Why Do Credit Card Issuers Reduce Cardholder Benefits?

We explain why some major credit card providers reduce cardholder benefits and how you can respond to the change in benefits.
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5 Unexpected Places Where Your Credit Card Can Get Stolen

Getting your credit card stolen isn't always obvious. Here are five locations you may think of as safe that are targeted by card thieves.
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Which Credit Card Mobile App is the Best?

Using a computer to manage your credit card account is so yesterday! Learn when credit card mobile app is the best according to a new study.
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Best Credit Cards for Customer Satisfaction

If you're not satisfied with your credit card, it's time for a change. Not sure which cards are best for customer satisfaction? We have the breakdown.
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Should You Pay College Tuition with a Credit Card?

College tuition has gone up, but so has the number of schools accepting credit cards as payment. Should you pay college tuition with a credit card?
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Earn Cash Back on Your School Year Purchases with These Credit Cards

Back to school means plenty of added expenses, but they don't need to break the bank. A rewards credit card can help you save on your school year purchases.
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