Top Reasons to Use Your Credit Card to Pay for Your Vacation

May 7, 2021

Are you planning a vacation? Are you wondering how to best pay for it? If you’ve yet to strongly consider the benefits of paying with a credit card, now’s the time to do so. You may find that it’s the best way to not only book your vacation, but to also pay for expenses while you’re away from home. With all that in mind, let’s examine five top reasons to use your credit card to pay for your vacation: 1.
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Yes, You Can Negotiate With Your Credit Card Company

July 30, 2020

It’s something you may think about from time to time. You understand the benefits of negotiating with your credit card company, but wonder if they’d be receptive to your approach. While there is no guarantee of success, there’s nothing stopping you from negotiating with your credit card company. You’re free to reach out, discuss your concerns, and attempt to secure a better deal. Tip: when doing this, make sure you get the right person on the phone. There’s a good
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What to Look for in a Credit Card in 2020

January 10, 2020

The new year is in full swing and you’re doing your best to get a grip on your finances. While there’s a lot to think about, it’s important to turn some of your attention to your credit card and whether or not now’s the time for a change. Before we discuss what to look for in a credit card in 2020, let’s examine some of the questions you can answer to better understand if now’s the time for a change:
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Top Reasons to Use a Credit Card

December 20, 2019

Before you ever begin your search for a credit card, it’s important to understand why you want to add plastic to your wallet or purse. Without a clear idea of the reasons to use a credit card, you may find yourself applying for no purpose. And what sense does that make? Fortunately, you don’t have anything to worry about here. There are many reasons to use a credit card – as opposed to other forms of payment – including the
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