The popular radio show host says credit cards should be avoided. But do his arguments make sense?
Carb Hub offers a list of what it calls 'the worst credit cards on the market.'
If you have one of these cards, you probably don't normally read a personal-finance site.
A new study also shows that, despite predictions to the contrary, the Credit CARD Act has been good for consumers.
Offers of 0% balance transfers are showing up in mailboxes again. They can help you get out of debt, if you use them carefully.
Big changes are in the works for credit cards this year, as issuers try to make them more profitable.
PenFed takes first place, First Premier is last, and the short-lived Kardashian Kard is the most-hated.
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