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  1. You May Never Have to Sign a Credit Card Slip Again

    You May Never Have to Sign a Credit Card Slip Again

    Each of the major credit card issuers — Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express — pulled together to stop requiring credit card signatures as of 2018. The move was the result of careful planning amidst a transition toward greater credit card security over all.

  2. Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express: A Review

    Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express: A Review

    The Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express is a cash-back credit card that works for people who want to keep their rewards game on the simple side. Not only does this card offer a big signup bonus, but it lets you earn considerable rewards in categories people tend to spend the most in.

  3. 5 Best Password Managers of 2019

    5 Best Password Managers of 2019

    It seems like you need a complex password for everything these days, ranging from the online account you use to pay your electric bill to your cable television account, credit card account, and online bank.

  4. What Is the Chase 5/24 Rule?

    What Is the Chase 5/24 Rule?

    If you’re a skilled credit card user and juggle multiple rewards credit cards to take advantage of their benefits, you know how great Chase’ Ultimate Rewards program can be. Offering excellent cash back, bonus miles, and perks, Chase rewards are extremely valuable.

  5. 2019 Guide to Southwest Rapid Rewards

    2019 Guide to Southwest Rapid Rewards

    Southwest is known for its low fares, constant sales, and cheerful flight attendants, but the airlines frequent flyer program — known as Southwest Rapid Rewards — is where it really shines. This dynamic program, which is insanely easy to use and understand, offers fare-based redemptions, an overly flexible cancellation policy, and points you can redeem in more than one way.


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