NextAdvisor Blog - Personal Finance

Venture vs. Sapphire Preferred: The Battle of the 50,000-Mile Intro Bonuses

Looking for a travel credit card with a hefty bonus? If so, you're likely comparing Venture vs. Sapphire. Find out which top-rated card is right for you.
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Best Credit Cards for 2018

Since credit card offers keep getting better and better, we're breaking down the best credit cards for 2018. See which cards made this year's list.
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Best Cash Back Credit Cards for Foodies

Foodies rejoice! You can get more out of your meals when you pay for them one of these cash back rewards credit cards, which earn more at restaurants.
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What It Means to Cosign a Loan

Before you cosign a loan or rental application, read this to learn what you're getting yourself into and how to potentially get out of a cosigner agreement.
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Wells Fargo vs. Chase: Which Unlimited Cash Back Credit Card is Right for You?

The Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa Card or Chase Freedom Unlimited seem pretty similar, but is one unlimited cash back credit card better than the other?
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What to Know About the Types of Credit Accounts

You know that there's a difference between your credit card and a mortgage loan, but you may not know the exact types of credit accounts. We break it down.
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Should You Borrow Money from Family?

Taking a loan out from someone you know can severely hurt your relationship. Learn the best way to borrow money from family, as well as potential drawbacks.
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What is the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Why Does It Matter?

Find out what the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is, what it does to protect you and why it's the center of recent controversy.
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Which are the Best Citi Credit Cards?

Take a look at our roundup of the best Citi credit cards to determine which is the best for your wallet, whatever your needs may be.
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How to Talk About Money During the Holidays

Although some think it's taboo to talk about money during the holidays, there are some polite ways to bring up finances without being inappropriate.
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