Friday, 20 September 2019

Category Archives: Credit Card News

Best Places to Raise a Family With a Balanced Lifestyle
19 Sep
10:38

Best Places to Raise a Family With a Balanced Lifestyle

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Jolene Latimer Jolene Latimer has her Master’s in Specialized Journalism from the University of Southern California. She’s a Canadian living in Los Angeles. “> Jolene Latimer iStock Raising a family has always been a challenge. But for many parents, getting their kids into a prestigious college […]

How to Handle Financial Infidelity in Your Relationship
19 Sep
3:51

How to Handle Financial Infidelity in Your Relationship

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Lindsay Frankel “> Lindsay Frankel For relationship partners, dishonesty about spending and debt is known as financial infidelity. While partners may be uncomfortable talking about money, keeping secrets can be far more damaging to the relationship. Financial infidelity can lead to devastating scenarios and even bankruptcy, […]

19 Sep
9:09

Citi Double Cash Review: Twice The Cash, No Limits

Citi® Double Cash Card – 18 month BT offer has the highest no-fee flat-rate cash back credit card on the market. If you pay your balance in full and on time every month, you can earn up to double cash back on everything you spend. You Earn 2% cash back […]

Ally Invest Review 2019
19 Sep
2:19

Ally Invest Review 2019

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Christy Rakoczy Christy Rakoczy is a full-time personal finance writer with a law degree from UCLA and a degree in business and marketing from the University of Rochester. Her work has been featured on Mic, USA Today, Glassdoor, Bankrate and more. “> Christy Rakoczy If you’re […]

What Is a CD Loan?
18 Sep
7:29

What Is a CD Loan?

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Stephanie Vozza Stephanie Vozza is an experienced writer who specializes in business and finance. She’s been a regular columnist for Fast Company for five years, and her byline has appeared in Inc., Entrepreneur and Success magazines. “> Stephanie Vozza You’ve probably heard of certificates of deposit […]

Checking vs Savings Accounts: What Are the Biggest Differences?
14 Sep
8:19

Checking vs Savings Accounts: What Are the Biggest Differences?

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Brian O’Connell “> Brian O’Connell There’s no doubt that Americans rely on banks to better manage their savings. In fact, the average American household has $175,510 worth of savings in bank accounts and retirement savings accounts, according to our recent analysis. The primary bank account vehicles […]

Mega Millions Annuity or Cash: Which Should You Take?
14 Sep
1:29

Mega Millions Annuity or Cash: Which Should You Take?

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Dillon Thompson Dillon Thompson is a freelance writer and digital producer based in Nashville, TN. He writes about finance, music and lifestyle trends, and has been published in outlets such as Atlanta magazine, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Paste magazine. “> Dillon Thompson There’s exactly a one […]

How to Start Saving Money
14 Sep
6:48

How to Start Saving Money

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Stephanie Vozza Stephanie Vozza is an experienced writer who specializes in business and finance. She’s been a regular columnist for Fast Company for five years, and her byline has appeared in Inc., Entrepreneur and Success magazines. “> Stephanie Vozza Faced with an unexpected expense, like a […]

Personal Capital vs Betterment: Which Robo-Advisor Is Best for You?
13 Sep
11:59

Personal Capital vs Betterment: Which Robo-Advisor Is Best for You?

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Kat Tretina Kat Tretina is a freelance finance writer and certified student loan counselor based in Orlando. She is focused on helping people pay down their debt and increase their incomes. Her work has been featured in publications like The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and more. […]

U.S. Bank vs. Chase: Which is Better?
13 Sep
5:18

U.S. Bank vs. Chase: Which is Better?

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Elizabeth Aldrich Elizabeth Aldrich is a personal finance writer specializing in credit cards, student loans, debt repayment, and career development. Her work has appeared on The Motley Fool, MSN Money, Yahoo! Finance, and Glassdoor, and her advice has been featured on Inc., Credit Karma, and Bankrate. […]