Credit Card Knowledge Center

Best Prepaid Debit Cards of April 2020

William Gilman
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The best prepaid debit cards help you avoid getting into debt because you're never spending money you don't have. They are safer than carrying cash and have the worldwide acceptance that comes with Visa and Mastercard. Prepaid debit cards are also a useful budgeting tool and can help you learn to allocate your money responsibly.

Should You Use Savings to Pay Off Credit Card Debt?

Richard Barrington
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Do you have both savings and credit card debt? See why putting your savings toward paying down credit card debt might be an especially good move in today's interest-rate environment.

Best Rewards Credit Cards for October 2020

Maryalene LaPonsie
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Whether you want to earn rewards for gas, groceries or dining, we have recommendations for you.

Best Secured Credit Cards for October 2020

Geoff Williams
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Wish you could apply for a credit card without a bank treating you like an outcast? You may want to try a secured credit card.

Best Travel Credit Cards for October 2020

Maryalene LaPonsie
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Travel credit cards can help you score free hotel rooms and flights. Find out more about how these cards work and which ones you should use.

Best Cash Back Credit Cards for October 2020

Maryalene LaPonsie
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Selecting the right cash-back credit card could mean the difference between getting 1% back or 6% back on your purchases.

Best Balance Transfer Cards for October 2020

Richard Barrington
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Considering a balance transfer card to pay down credit card debt? It's important to have a plan and to pick the right card for your situation. Learn the ins and outs of balance transfer credit cards.

6 financial moves to prevent sleepless nights

Richard Barrington
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Financial worries are a common source of nighttime anxiety, but these problems are best addressed in the light of day.

9 questions to ask before taking on debt

Richard Barrington
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Getting into debt can be too easy at times, but asking some challenging questions can help you avoid taking on debt that isn't worthwhile.

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