A Credit Card Perks Column
Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®, is a personal finance expert, speaker, and the author of more than a dozen books. She now works as a financial educator, helping Americans to better handle their money - especially managing credit and debt.
Travel rewards credit cards provide a slew of attractive features, including airline miles; free or discounted hotel stays; and even concierge service before, during and after your travel experiences. These tips and tricks will help you save time, effort and money, and find a good travel rewards card that fits your circumstances.
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Is your cash-back credit card really the best one for you? Could you be reaping greater rewards with a new option. The Money Coach, Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, explains the questions you need to ask and the new cards you should consider.
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No matter what your goal ‐ paying off debt or making your credit cards work for you ‐ take a look at how to use 0 percent credit card offers to your financial advantage. Then see where you can snag the best 0 percent intro APR credit card deals.
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Taking advantage of a good balance transfer credit card offer is an excellent way to jump start your finances. Here’s what you need to know about doing a balance transfer the right way – as well as some recommendations on where to get the best credit card balance transfers available.
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Having a business credit card can actually help save money, amass financial perks and run a more profitable enterprise, too. Whether it’s getting cash back, scoring discounts on office supplies or nabbing free travel rewards, using a business credit card wisely can become a key part of managing your firm’s cash flow.
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With so much to do, it’s not surprising that college students often overlook the topic of their credit rating or fail to consider the pros and cons of a credit card. But credit cards can help college students establish a solid credit rating and learn the art of managing credit and debt wisely.
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Having a decent credit score can open a lot of possibilities in your life, whether you're applying for a loan or even securing certain types of jobs. If you’ve had a problematic credit history, however, your credit might have sunk to new lows. No matter what your current situation: don’t count yourself out.
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