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10 questions you should ask about credit card rewards

Credit card rewards programs can be very worthwhile if you ask the right questions before signing up.

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America's Best Rates Q2 2015: Persistently low bank rates call for action by consumers

As the era of low bank rates drags on, consumers need to actively look for better options, according to the America's Best Rates survey for the second quarter 2015.

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5 money-saving tips all millennials need to know about credit cards

Millennials need to build a credit history, but it's easy for them to misuse their cards. Here are five tips for responsible credit card use that all millennials need to know.

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America's Best Rates Q2 2015: Persistently low bank rates call for action by consumers

As the era of low bank rates drags on, consumers need to actively look for better options, according to the America's Best Rates survey for the second quarter 2015.

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Richard Barrington, CFA, is the primary spokesperson and personal finance expert for MoneyRates. He is a 20-year veteran of the financial industry, including having served for over a dozen years as a member of the Executive Committee of Manning & Napier Advisors, Inc.

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