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Redeeming Credit Card Rewards, or Not

A shocking number of Americans have never redeemed credit card rewards. What’s going on? A new study from Bankrate found that around three in 10 credit cardholders (31%) have never redeemed credit card rewards. The survey found that cardholders typically gravitate to one extreme or the other, redeeming their rewards points/miles frequently (38% did so […]

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The Snowball Method of Credit Card Control

If you’ve tried to stick with a plan to pay off your credit cards in the past but it didn’t work out so well you might try something called the snowball method. It’s very simple and here’s how it works.   Pick the credit card with the smallest balance and target it for pay off first.  […]

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Millennials Still Like Credit Cards, According to FICO

Millennials are gaining fame as a relatively credit-shy generation. Coming of age in the post-financial crisis years – and saddled with massive college debt –members of this generation tend to be suspicious of consumer credit, and wary of debt. However, a new survey from FICO revealed that one-in-three Millennials carry a monthly credit card balance […]

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Digital Commerce App from Visa Finds Now Used by 10 U.S. Credit Unions

Digital Commerce App from Visa Finds Now Used by 10 U.S. Credit Unions

Visa has created an issuer-branded mobile commerce solution called the Visa Digital Commerce App, which ten credit unions have adopted for their members, CU Times reported last week. CU Times’ Roy UrricoJune said that more than 40 U.S. financial institutions, including 10 CUs, have decided to use the app. Visa has put together a powerful […]

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It’s Surprisingly Easy to Get an Increased Credit Limit

It’s Surprisingly Easy to Get an Increased Credit Limit

Most of us wait for credit card companies to increase our credit limits. However, the bolder amongst us step up and ask for an increase. A surprising number of them get one. According to Bankrate, a full 78% U.S. credit cardholders who have asked for a higher credit limit have been approved. However, just 28% […]

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Would You Put a Car on Your Credit Card?

Would You Put a Car on Your Credit Card?

Credit cards are handy, but buying big-ticket items using them can lead to monstrous interest charges over time. Yet, this doesn’t keep people from doing just that. Case in point: one in five Millennials say they would buy a car with a credit card, according to survey results from credit scoring company FICO. Now, many […]

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5 Money Moves to Make Before Traveling Abroad

Guest Blog – NerdWallet In the excitement of exploring a new country, it’s all too easy to rack up extra expenses when paying in a foreign currency. Exchange rates fluctuate and it’s not always clear what commissions and fees you’re being charged. But just a bit of advance prep can turn you into a savvy […]

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Card Skimmer Thieves Shift into Overdrive

There’s been an increase in card-skimming activity recently, as thieves try to cash in on easy money before the vast majority of consumers get their new higher-security chip cards. Card skimming is nothing new, of course, but the technology has become more sophisticated, and cheaper, than ever – and much of it is about to […]

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Consolidating Debt: When Does It Make Sense?

Debt can be hard to crawl out of, especially when payments on credit cards, consumer loans and student loans continue to pile up on top of your living expenses. Overwhelmed with a blizzard of monthly bills, many people look at consolidation as an alternative. Streamlining debts can be a useful way of managing an unyielding […]

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