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Articles in January 2019

  1. Discover it® Balance Transfer Review

    If you’re in debt and struggling to figure a way out, you are not alone. According to a Northwest Mutual Planning & Progress study from 2018, the average debt per American is up to $38,000 (excluding mortgage debt). Two in every ten people also allocate 50% to 100% of their income to debt repayment, which is a recipe for disaster.

  2. Capital One Platinum Credit Card Review

    If you’re trying to build credit or repair credit mistakes from the past, the Capital One Platinum Credit Card may be exactly what you need. Keep reading to learn how you could qualify, the benefits you will receive if you get approved, and where this card comes up short.

  3. HSBC Cash Rewards Mastercard®

    The HSBC Cash Rewards Mastercard® credit card allows you to rack up rewards quickly. You’ll earn 1.5% cash back on every purchase you make, and there’s no limit to what you can earn.

  4. How to Do a Balance Transfer in 5 Simple Steps

    How to Do a Balance Transfer in 5 Simple Steps

    ne way to tackle your debt and save money is to complete a credit card balance transfer. With this approach, you can get a lower rate, so more of your payment goes toward the principal rather than interest. It can help you save money and get out of debt faster.

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