Credit card strategies often involve some complexities cardholders may not be aware of, our column breaks down one for credit cards in 2021 which can help you plan your own.
With a new introductory offer and 5% back at Whole Foods with the Amazon Prime Rewards card, it can be tempting to shop there. But youâll need to do the math to see if youâll actually save money in the long run.
Some flat rate credit cards will help you get 2% back on spending, but using a variety of cards catered to your top spending categories can help you earn even more.
Back in the day, if you needed a personal loan to start a business or finance a wedding you had to go through a bank. But in recent years, a new option has appeared andÂ transformed the lending industry. Peer-to-peer lending … Continue reading →
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If you are you looking for an inexpensive way to get a large influx of Ultimate Rewards points, the Chase Freedom Flex and Freedom Unlimited cards offer large bonuses with low spending thresholds.
Co-signing your friend’s loan might seem like a nice thing to do. But it can put many things in your life at risk, including your finances, your credit score and even your friendship. While it’s possible to co-sign a friend’s … Continue reading →
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See the latest bonus categories from the Chase Freedom card and get tips on how to maximize your cash back.