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Articles in November 2019

  1. How Travel Credit Cards Make Holiday Travel a Lot Easier

    How Travel Credit Cards Make Holiday Travel a Lot Easier

    No matter how you plan to get where you’re going, it’s highly possible a travel credit card could make your plans cheaper or let you book a nicer trip than you would be able to otherwise. Of course, this is all predicated on the idea that you would pay your balance in full each month and never pay interest on your purchases.

  2. Using a Personal Loan for Medical Procedures

    Using a Personal Loan for Medical Procedures

    Medical loans are a form of a personal loan. They’re specifically designed to pay for medical expenses, including essential or elective procedures. They’re unsecured, meaning you don’t have to put up any property as collateral, and they can even be used to cover the cost of your deductible or out-of-network fees.

  3. Which Chase Freedom® Card is Best for the 2019 Holiday Shopping Season?

    Which Chase Freedom® Card is Best for the 2019 Holiday Shopping Season?

    If you’re considering a cash-back credit card without an annual fee, chances are good the Chase Freedom® cards have caught your eye. While both Chase Freedom® cards can be fruitful for this year’s Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and year-end shopping goals, the best card for you really depends on your shopping style and the type of stores you spend the most in.


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