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Personal Credit Basics


Credit Cards for Sports Fans

There’s a credit card for nearly everyone, and that includes sports fans. Passionate sports fans want to show their support for their favorite or...

Using a Credit Card at the Gas Pump

How and Why You Should Use a Credit Card at the Gas Pump

Every time you pull up to a gasoline pump to fill up your vehicle, you have to answer one question: Cash or credit? Well, using...

Determining Whether Your Credit Card Rewards Are Taxable

Are Credit Card Rewards Taxable?

You’ve had a banner year in the credit card rewards department. By implementing a sound rewards-earning strategy, you’ve managed to acquire a cache of cash...

What’s the Best Use for Credit Card Points?

The Best Use for Credit Card Points

A points credit card earns you points when you make eligible purchases with the card. It is one of the most popular types of rewards...

Redeeming Credit Card Rewards

How to Redeem Credit Card Rewards

A rewards credit card can be a great tool for getting more purchasing power. Depending on the credit card, it could earn you cash back...

Making Progress: How Often Does Your Credit Score Update?

Working on your credit score can be a true test of perseverance. Though you may spend months (or even years) carefully managing your it...




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