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  1. Gap Visa Credit Card Review

    Gap Visa Credit Card Review

    Gap is one of the most recognized brands in the country. It’s where shoppers go to stock up on quality basics and casual wear for all ages. If you’re a frequent shopper, one way to save is to sign up for a Gap-branded credit card. Here’s what you need to know before you apply.

  2. How to Decide Which Type of Credit Card is Best

    How to Decide Which Type of Credit Card is Best

    If you’re new to credit cards, picking out the right one can be an overwhelming decision. There are literally hundreds of credit cards out there, all with their own terms, fees, and rewards. Before applying for a credit card, follow these five steps to ensure you make a sound decision.

  3. 5 Hacks to Earn Rewards Without Impulse Shopping

    5 Hacks to Earn Rewards Without Impulse Shopping

    The best rewards credit cards make it easy to earn points or miles for each dollar you spend. All you have to do is sign up for the right card, use it for all your regular purchases, and watch your rewards add up over time. Learn to use credit to your advantage and avoid common pitfalls like overspending and credit card debt. Here are some tips that can help.

  4. 9 Ways Credit Card Rewards Have Reshaped Our World

    9 Ways Credit Card Rewards Have Reshaped Our World

    According to a 2019 report from the American Banking Association, consumers are more aware than ever before of the upside to having the right rewards card in their wallet. In addition to rewards for ongoing spending, generous signup bonuses are upping the ante and making credit card rewards even more attractive. With all these perks, our world will never be the same. Here are 9 ways credit card rewards have reshaped life as we know it.

  5. Quest Diagnostics Data Breach — What to Do if You’re Affected

    Quest Diagnostics Data Breach — What to Do if You’re Affected

    If you’ve kept up with the news, you know that major data breaches seem to happen every few months, or at least a few times per year. Remember the huge Equifax data breach of 2017? That one released the sensitive personal details of over 143 million Americans, putting many people and their finances in jeopardy as a result.


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