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Curtis Arnold
Curtis Arnold, Editor-in-Chief
Joe Taylor
Joe Taylor Jr., Reporter
Amber Stubbs
Amber Stubbs, Managing Editor

0 Apr Credit Cards

  • Want to get your hands on a zero-interest credit card?

    So you want a credit card with zero-percent interest? While they disappeared during the credit crunch, credit card issuers have brought them back lately. Despite their proliferation, they're tough to get, and high in demand, but obtaining the highly rare zero-interest credit card is doable if you know where to look. "Zero-interest credit cards are definitely more [...]

  • Best credit cards for spring break road trips

    Whether you're celebrating spring break as an actual student, or you're young in spirit, we can suggest six of the best credit cards to help keep you from losing your shirt. At least, a shirt you don't want to lose… Best credit card for spreading out spring break travel costs If you've already splurged on airfare and [...]

  • Shaky job? 7 ways to manage your credit

    Credit cards are never more dangerous than when you're unemployed. Of course, if you're underemployed, they're rather dicey as well. If you don't dread carrying credit card debt and being unemployed, you can always ask someone who's part of the 9.1 percent of the labor force that's out of work. It's simple math. When your income [...]

  • 8 Most Deceptive Terms Used in Credit Card Offers

    We may live in a high-tech world where email rules, but credit card issuers are still sending out card offers the old-fashioned way. Let's take a look at some of the more deceptive terms you might see inside of--and even on--the envelopes you find in your mail box. #1: 0% APR This is often accompanied by "Our [...]

  • Best 0% APR Credit Card Reviews - 2010 Edition

    Last summer, when banks scrambled to comply with waves of new capitalization requirements and credit card regulations, it looked like 0 percent introductory APR promotions were facing the chopping block. After all, in the wake of the Lehman Brothers collapse and investors' reluctance to purchase collateralize debt, credit card issuers tried to shake customers loose [...]

  • Low Introductory Rate Credit Card Offers Not Always Destined for the Junk Pile

    Simply fill out these checks to pay off your loans, bills and other higher-rate credit card accounts. Or use them to improve your home, take a dream vacation, or ... Peaks your interest, doesn't it? Odds are you've received credit card offers that read much like this. You might just find one in the mail today. Lately [...]