You apply for a credit card and the bank sends you one when you’re approved. Whether it’s a Visa, a MasterCard or another type of payment card doesn’t factor into the process. Or does it? Find out whether you should choose Visa or MasterCard when applying for credit cards and what other information you should… Read More
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Planning budget-friendly date nights can keep your relationship and your finances healthy.
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Depending on your card and issuer, you may be able to redeem cash back as a statement credit, check or direct deposit, as well as for travel, gift cards, merchandise and more. Choose the redemption option that’s most convenient and won’t devalue your cash back.
Credit card issuersÂ have consumers right where they want them, lending money at high-interest ratesÂ and earning money from many different fees. Even reward cards benefit the issuers, because all the additionalÂ perksÂ and rewards they provide are covered by the increased merchant fees, which essentially means theÂ credit card companyÂ offers you extra money to incentivize you to spend, and […]
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