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Articles in June 2020

  1. 6 Best Medical Credit Cards for 2020

    6 Best Medical Credit Cards for 2020

    If you know you’re going to need a medical procedure, check out medical-specific credit cards. These cards are designed to be only used to pay for medical expenses, so they’re limited in use. However, they tend to offer lower interest rates and more generous repayment terms than other credit cards.

  2. 7 Tips for Staying Debt-Free

    7 Tips for Staying Debt-Free

    Being debt-free gives you more financial freedom, allowing you to pursue other goals without the weight of interest charges and monthly payments on your shoulders. To keep yourself from ending up in debt again, use these tips and regularly review your finances.

  3. Is the Credit One Bank® Platinum Rewards Visa the Right Card for You?

    Is the Credit One Bank® Platinum Rewards Visa the Right Card for You?

    If you’re making purchases with a credit card and aren’t using a rewards card, you’re losing out on free money. You could be earning valuable cash back, miles, or points on every purchase you make, even if you have less-than-perfect credit. One option available is the Credit One Bank® Platinum Rewards Visa Credit Card. But how can you decide if it’s the right card for you out of the hundreds out there? Here are seven factors to consider.

  4. What is Chase’s “Pay Yourself Back” Program?

    What is Chase’s “Pay Yourself Back” Program?

    The Chase Ultimate Rewards® Program has been long known for allowing people to redeem points for free flights and hotels. With travel not on people’s minds as much given the current Pandemic situation, Chase® came out with a great new alternative for those points you can be racking up on your Chase® card. It’s called the Pay Yourself Back Program.

  5. How to Get a Car Loan with Bad Credit

    How to Get a Car Loan with Bad Credit

    If you’re new to credit or are trying to rebuild, getting an auto loan can be difficult. Even though auto loans are secured by the car itself, many auto lenders are uneasy about lending to someone with a poor track record.

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