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Monday, December 5th
Being financially savvy with your credit card takes organization and knowledge. However, the benefit is that you will rarely be shocked or surprised by an unexpected credit card fee on your next billing statement. New laws put in place under the Credit Card Act of 2009 have completely changed the credit card fee game and have done so to the consumers benefit. However, it's still money smart to understand these rules and have a clear understanding of how your card will work.
Looking for a low fee credit card is the best policy to limiting unnecessary charges throughout the life of your credit card. Also, making sure payments are made on time and spending is within your credit limit will decrease unnecessary fees.
Smart Money: End of Credit Card Rewards, and Luxury Credit Cards
Since it’s a charge card I pay it in full each month and it has no credit limit. I have three other cards. Two of them I almost never use with no or low annual fees. The 3rd gives me 1% when I buy and ...
Mon, 05 Dec 2022
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Credit Card Annual Fees: What They Cover and When They're Worth It
Some credit cards charge an annual fee -- a once-per-year charge for the privilege of being a cardholder -- while others don't. Oftentimes, you'll get better rewards and perks for paying an annual fee ...
Tue, 29 Nov 2022