NextAdvisor Blog - Credit Cards

Credit Cards That Make Earning an Intro Bonus Easy

Some intro bonus spending requirements can be intimidating. That's why we're detailing some of our favorite cards with low bonus spending requirements.
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HSBC Gold vs. Wells Fargo Platinum: Which is Best for You?

The HSBC Gold Mastercard credit card and the Wells Fargo Platinum Visa card are both exceptional balance transfer cards, but which is the best for you?
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Boost Your Credit Card Approval Chances with These Tips

Give your credit card approval odds a boost by learning the important steps to take before, during and after you send in your application.
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How Do Credit Card Billing Cycles Work?

Credit card billing cycles might seem tough to understand, but they don't have to be. We detail everything you need to know about them.
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What Should You Do if You Lose Your Credit Card?

It can be nerve-wracking to lose your credit card, and it's natural to not know what to do next. We detail the steps you should take.
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How a Credit Card Charge Dispute Works

There are a many reasons for filing a credit card charge dispute. We explain the process, including what you can contest and the steps required.
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Should You Apply for a Store Credit Card?

Tons of retailers offer their own credit cards, but should you get one? We go through the pros and cons of store credit cards.
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When Should You Have Financial Discussions with Your Partner?

Having financial discussions with your significant other doesn't need to be scary or stressful. We explain how you can ease into it and make it a routine.
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Why Credit Card Issuers Ask for Your Personal Information

Credit card applications require giving out a lot of personal information. Here's why card issuers ask for your income, social security number and more.
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Savor vs. SavorOne: Which Credit Card is Best for Dining Out?

To find the best cash back credit card for dining out, we pit the Capital One Savor vs. SavorOne against one another. See which one reigns supreme.
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