1. Premier Dining Rewards From Capital One

    Are you looking to earn the most possible rewards from your credit card? If so, then you have to choose between two different types of reward credit cards. One type are those that offer a fixed rate of return on all purchases. Then, there are others that feature bonuses for purchases from specific categories of merchants. When you choose a card that offers bonus rewards, the key is to earn rewards on the type of purchases you make the most. Capital One recently introduced its Premier Dining Rew

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  2. Rewards Credit Cards Overview: 5 Types of Cards and How They Work

    If you have ever wanted to travel the world, earn cash back for a rainy day, or rack up points good for gift cards or merchandise, a rewards credit card might be exactly what you need. After signing up a for rewards card, you can easily earn 1-5 points worth of cash back, gift cards, merchandise, or travel rewards for each dollar you spend.

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  3. What is a Credit Score?

    If aliens judged us by our commercials, they’d probably assume everyone were interested in pharmaceuticals, luxury cars, and credit scores. Many advertisements urge viewers to know their credit rating by heart.

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  4. 6 Ways to Build Your Credit History

    When I graduated from college, apartment shopping was a nightmare. I had a good job, a decent entry-level salary and I was only looking for a small studio, yet I couldn’t get approved on my own. Because I had been starkly anti-debt and never had a credit card or car loan, I had something worse than a low credit score--I had no credit at all.

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  5. 6 Ways Credit Cards Can Improve Your Financial Life

    By the time most people reach adulthood, they undoubtedly have some level of familiarity with credit cards. Whether it’s a horror story of someone racking up thousands of dollars of credit card debt or the handful of card offers you receive in the mail on a weekly basis, they’re an integral part of the world’s financial fabric.

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  6. Is a Balance Transfer Credit Card right for you?

    Balance Transfer Credit Cards are not for everyone but they can be a money saver when used in the right situation. These credit cards are best used to transfer your current credit card balance with a higher interest rate to and then pay it off within a few months or within the intro period.

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