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Articles in February 2020

  1. The Best Credit Card for You in 2020

    The Best Credit Card for You in 2020

    There are a lot of credit card options out there. How do you pick the right one for you? We’ve narrowed down which credit cards should be in your wallet this year based on your credit and lifestyle goals. Whether you are looking for the best travel card or a card that fits your credit, we’ve got you covered.

  2. How to Qualify for a Home Loan When Self-Employed

    How to Qualify for a Home Loan When Self-Employed

    Being your own boss has some downsides, especially if you plan on buying a house. Self-employed mortgage applicants may have a tougher time qualifying for a home loan, and there are more hoops you have to jump through. Here’s what you need to know to buy a home when you’re self-employed.

  3. 5 Things You Need to Know About 0% APR Offers

    5 Things You Need to Know About 0% APR Offers

    If you’re looking for a new credit card, you’re probably bombarded with different advertisements. Cards often boast high rewards, signup bonuses, and travel benefits. Another common perk is a promotional 0% annual percentage rate (APR) offer.

  4. Can You Pay Quarterly Taxes with a Credit Card?

    Can You Pay Quarterly Taxes with a Credit Card?

    While most people have taxes withheld from their paycheck by an employer, self-employed individuals and small business owners are required to pay taxes themselves. They do this every three months through quarterly tax payments to the federal government and their state if required.


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