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Articles tagged #BalanceTransfer

  1. January 25, 2019

    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.

  2. January 22, 2019

    If you’re like most Americans, you’re burdened by credit card debt. In fact, the average American has $6,354 in credit card debt. With high interest rates, your balance can quickly balloon out of control, and you can end up paying far more than you originally charged.

  3. November 7, 2017

    You don’t have to give up your ability to earn rewards in order to use a promotional financing offer. There are many cards that have both a competitive rewards program and strong promotional financing on balance transfers. Check out these 6 best balance transfer cards that also offer rewards.

  4. November 6, 2017

    But, which balance transfer card should you get? If you have a small amount of debt that will only take a few months to pay off, nearly any 0 percent APR card could do the trick. If you’re drowning in debt and carrying more than average, on the other hand, a card with a long introductory offer and the best terms possible will leave you better off.

  5. September 5, 2017

    If you have high interest credit card debt, personal loan debt, or other mounting bills, a balance transfer credit card could be the answer to your prayers. Once you qualify for a balance transfer credit card, you can score 0 percent APR on transferred balances for anywhere from 12 – 21 months. Best of all, some balance transfer credit cards offer low fees or even no fees to consumers who qualify.

  6. May 16, 2017

    Most Americans have credit card debt, and the average household has a balance of $5,700. With the mean interest rate on credit card debt rising to 13.6% percent, your balance can quickly balloon out of control. You can end up paying hundreds or even thousands in interest fees, making it difficult to ever get out of debt.


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