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The Differences Between a Credit Card and a Debit Card

Sure, cash may be considered king. But, by using cash instead of a credit card or debit card, you can miss out on a variety...

Can a 16-Year-Old Get a Credit Card?

Learning to manage credit at a younger age is a skill that could pay dividends later in life. Your credit score doesn’t just affect your...

What Is Credit Card Churning?

Many rewards credit card issuers offer lucrative introductory sign-up bonuses to entice consumers to apply for their cards. To take advantage of these bonuses, some...

What Is a Good Credit Score?

Credit scores—three-digit numbers used by lenders to help convey a consumer’s creditworthiness—range anywhere from 300 to 850 points. Within this range are sub-ranges by...

What is a Savings Account?

A savings account is an account offered by a bank or credit union that allows you to keep your money in a safe place while...

4 Ways a Credit Card Could Save You Money

Credit cards aren't just a convenient option for making purchases. They could also help save you money. Here are four ways that using a credit...




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