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Editor's Choice Awards: Best Credit Cards of 2014

By cardratings.com, CardRatings contributor
Updated, December 14, 2014
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Editor's Choice Awards 2014: The year's best credit cards

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Momentum keeps building for the credit card industry. Americans' revolving balances have crept to their highest levels since 2009, according to the Federal Reserve. Suze Orman and other market watchers have predicted a rise in the prime rate that could send APRs higher over the next year. Meanwhile, banks continue to balance their lending portfolios between consumers who generate high finance charges and cardholders who rack up large balances that get paid down every month. Our Editor's Choice awards reflect the best deals for Americans in both of those camps.

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