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Five Interesting Credit Card Facts

Author: Marc Klein

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Whether you’re preparing for the off chance of a “financial facts” category at your next trivia night, or just want to brush up on the latest in the world of credit cards for the fun of it, there’s always something new you can learn. Here are five interesting facts about credit cards that you can add to your knowledge bank.


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About the author:

Marc Klein

With his eyes set on becoming the next great ad man (at least until his comedy writing career took off), Marc earned his journalism degree and went straight into advertising for various gaming and tourism clients. He later expanded his credentials to include public affairs and communications work for several environmental science organizations before returning to his marketing roots. A lifelong scholar with recent studies in strategic communication, Marc enjoys tying humor into his writing and simplifying complex financial subjects into engaging and easy-to-digest content for a wide variety of audiences.




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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