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  1. Apple Card: Is It Worth the Hype?

    Apple Card: Is It Worth the Hype?

    The Apple Card will be linked to the Apple Wallet app on iPhones, streamlining your experience with Apple Pay. You can sign up for the Apple Card and start using it right away in stores, online, or through the app.

  2. TJ Maxx Credit Card Review

    TJ Maxx Credit Card Review

    If you’re a bargain shopper who lives for deals at stores like TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, Marshalls, Homesense, and Sierra Trading Post, you may be excited to hear that this collection of stores recently came out with their own co-branded credit cards.

  3. 6 Most Simple Travel Rewards Credit Cards

    6 Most Simple Travel Rewards Credit Cards

    Have you ever read the terms and conditions of a frequent flyer program? These documents were clearly written by teams of lawyers, and sometimes you almost have to be a lawyer to figure out how to redeem your miles. If you’re fed up with trying to decipher these complicated “reward” programs, then perhaps it’s time you reconsider how you earn your rewards and which credit card you use.

  4. How Many Credit Cards Should You Carry?

    How Many Credit Cards Should You Carry?

    If used strategically, credit cards can be an amazing tool. They can give you more flexibility in your spending, allow you to earn valuable rewards, and you can take advantage of benefits like free car rental insurance and purchase protection.

  5. 6 Best Medical Credit Cards for 2019

    6 Best Medical Credit Cards for 2019

    If you know you’re going to need a medical procedure, check out medical-specific credit cards. These cards are designed to be only used to pay for medical expenses, so they’re limited in use. However, they tend to offer lower interest rates and more generous repayment terms than other credit cards.

  6. What Are Foreign Transaction Fees

    What Are Foreign Transaction Fees

    Credit card offers charge certain fees. One of the most common are foreign transaction fees. These fees are charged whenever you make a purchase with a non-U.S. retailer. The fees are generally set as a percentage of your total purchase; they’re typically about 3%.


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