NextAdvisor Blog - Credit Cards

What Happens When You Cancel Your Credit Card?

It may not seem like a big deal to cancel your credit card, but canceling can come with unexpected side effects that you should be aware of.
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Best Credit Cards for Everyday Purchases

Are you using the right credit card for groceries, gas and dining out? Our list of the best credit cards for everyday purchases can help you decide.
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Get Out of Credit Card Debt with a Balance Transfer

If you've overdone it on credit, a balance transfer credit card may be your best bet for getting out of credit card debt. Here's how you can do it.
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What is a Credit Card Grace Period?

A grace period for a credit card can save you a lot of money in interest, but they're not easy to understand. Find out what they are and how to earn them.
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This U.S. Bank Business Card Now Offers 15 months of 0% Intro APR

Looking for a new business credit card? This U.S. Bank business credit card has increased its 0% intro APR period and extended it to balance transfers, too!
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Pay No Credit Card Interest Until Nearly 2021

If you want to avoid credit card interest, we can help you out. We detail the best credit card for paying no interest until nearly 2021.
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Why I Ditched My Debit Card and You Should, Too

Do you typically use your debit card to make your purchases? Find out why one of our writers ditched hers in favor of a credit card and why you should, too.
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How Zero Liability Protects You from Credit Card Fraud

When a criminal makes unauthorized purchases with your card, zero liability makes sure you don't foot the bill. Learn more about it here.
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What to Know About Balance Transfer Fees

What is a balance transfer fee? If a card has one, is it still worth getting? We help you decide if it ever makes sense to pay a balance transfer fee.
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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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