Credit card companies make disingenuous claims and do inexplicable things. Here are 6 of the most annoying ones.
However, a new study shows that information about redeeming rewards and balance-transfer fees could be clearer.
There is a plastic ceiling -- credit cards that will be denied to you no matter how high your credit scores are.
A new study says you can save big on currency exchanges by using a no-international-fee credit card.
With all the great rewards being offered right now, there's no reason to settle for offers like these. Here's how to compare.
The Credit CARD Act is unfairly blamed for higher interest rates, while the cause is something quite larger.
Fortunately there are systems in place that can help even the most forgetful.
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