Retailer-branded cards have a reputation for high interest rates and low (if any) rewards. But a few have features that can be useful or save money.
The right rewards card makes it easy to get a little something for yourself -- points, or a cash bonus -- when you're buying gifts for others.
Consumers who know in advance that they will rack up credit card debt during the holidays might want to consider a looking for promotional financing now. A better plan: Spend what you can pay in full each month.
If you carry a balance -- and have good credit -- a card that carries a low interest rates can save you money. It's likely you've never heard of some of the best deals around.
The lowest APR might not be the best deal for you. Take a look at fees, how long you'll get to keep that rate and how the transfer might affect your credit score.
If you have wondered how other people juggle several credit cards, wonder no more. Here are tips for managing multiple cards.
A credit card cash advance can be a great tool if you need fast access to cash, but you should make sure you know exactly what you're getting into.
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