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2019 Chase Ultimate Rewards® Guide

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Chase Ultimate Rewards® is easily the top top travel rewards programs available today regardless of the fact it hasn’t changed much over the years.Their wildly popular lineup of travel credit cards bring in consumers in droves, and the simplicity of the Chase Ultimate Rewards® program is appreciated by many of the bank’s dedicated fans.

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Best Travel Credit Cards of 2019

If you’re considering a new travel credit card for the new year, it’s smart to pay attention to new offers as well as tried and true favorites. Fortunately, there are an array of lucrative travel credit card offers available all year long — some with signup bonuses worth $500 or more.

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How to Get Your First Credit Card

Getting your first credit card is a huge adult milestone just like getting your first car or your first bank account. The problem is, it can be difficult to get approved for a credit card just because you want one.While that may seem unfortunate and even unfair, banks rely on your credit history, credit score, and other factors to decide whether you are creditworthy. With no credit card and no credit history to speak of, they may not be able to assess how responsible you are.

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BB&T Bank Review 2019 - Checking, Savings, & CDs

Where BB&T shines is in its wide product offering - they have something for everyone, including accounts designed for students, seniors, and savers. However, like most banks with a physical branch presence, BB&T's interest rates offered on its savings and CD products are reasonable but are not as attractive as those offered by some online banks.

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6 Best Medical Credit Cards for 2019

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.

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How to Do a Balance Transfer in 5 Simple Steps

One 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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First PREMIER® Bank Mastercard® Credit Card

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  • YOU’RE NOT ALONE. With millions of customers nationwide, First PREMIER Bank has the expertise to serve you, your family and friends.
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  • Manageable credit limit, manageable payment, meant to fit your budget  
  • Credit Limit Increase Eligible —upon request, and after 12 months of consistent responsible account management (on-time payments and staying within the credit limit).
  • Choose which account management options are right for you 

*FICO scores are used to represent the creditworthiness of a person and may be one indicator to the credit type you are eligible for. However, credit score alone does not guarantee or imply approval for any First PREMIER® Bank product.



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