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Explore ways to manage your credit and finances with Credit One Central. These informational articles and resources can help guide you in your everyday life.

Skating on thin ice – the value of freezing your credit reports

How to Freeze Your Credit Reports

Headlines have been filled with a string of security breaches over the past few years. If you’re one of the millions affected, you may be wondering what, if anything, you can do to help protect yourself should your personal data fall into the wrong hands.

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Credit Card Perks

Credit Card Perks Sometimes Overlooked

There are several advantages credit cards offer over cash, including special perks that cash can’t match. But these credit card perks are sometimes overlooked—oftentimes because card members aren’t even aware that their credit cards offer them. Taking advantage of credit card perks and benefits could save you time, money, and maybe even a few hassles. The perks credit cards offer may vary by card and card issuer, but there’s typically no additional charge to take advantage of these benefits—they’re either free or included as part of your credit card’s annual fee.

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Is there such a thing as having too many credit cards?

How Many Credit Cards Are Too Many?

Credit cards can increase your purchasing power. Just one credit card can give card members a convenient way to buy big-ticket items cover emergency expenses... Continue Reading

How Credit Cards Work

How do Credit Cards Work?

You insert the EMV chip of your card into the credit card terminal on the counter wait a few seconds politely decline a printed receipt... Continue Reading

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What is APR on a Credit Card?

Three little letters can significantly influence your finances: A…P…R. This often misunderstood acronym stands for “Annual Percentage Rate” and represents the cost of borrowing money. Continue Reading

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How to Improve Your Credit Score - 5 Quick Methods

So you’re looking to increase your credit score—preferably sooner rather than later. Continue Reading

This material is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified tax advisor, attorney or financial advisor. Readers should consult with their own tax advisor, attorney or financial advisor with regard to their personal situations.

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