Flashing your plastic safely and wisely can earn you valuable rewards in the long run.
Most credit cards offer insurance protection if you use them to rent a car. But some have better coverage than others.
It's convenient, and chances are you're getting a lot of travel miles to boot. But there are some downsides to saying 'Charge it!' when you travel.
Renting a car in the near future? Don't make the mistake of paying more than you intend to or more than you should.
Your credit card may be good for more than you realize. Here are some benefits that cardholders may be eligible to receive before ever making a single transaction.
The fine print in your card agreement is worth reading for more reasons than self-protection. What you don't know may be leading you to spend money needlessly.
Whether your car was barely scratched or badly damaged, you have some decisions ahead.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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