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Divorce can put a strain on your financial health, but there are steps you can take to protect your credit.
The new credit card will earn 3 points per dollar in common spending categories.
Cardholders have more payment flexibility and borrowing power thanks to Chase's programs.
You can limit your exposure to credit card fraud by following five simple steps.
If you build your credit early, you'll be setting your future self up for success.
Your credit card APRs will increase when the Federal Reserve raises interest rates, but you can take steps to reduce the financial stress.
If you're living paycheck to paycheck, here are steps to help you financially survive.
Credit card payments are easy to make, but some merchants charge for convenience.
Your debt-to-income ratio, or DTI, will help creditors determine if you earn enough to get approved.
Though trips have grown more expensive, you can still take a debt-free summer vacation.
You can use a personal credit card for business expenses, but you may be better off with a business credit card.
Learn how you can earn, redeem and maximize points with Chase Ultimate Rewards.
If you follow these steps, you can take your score from good to great.
For renters and savvy rewards card users, the no-fee card offers good rewards potential.
Crypto.com Visa Card will offer lower CRO rewards rates and make other modifications.
These six steps can start to move your credit score in the right direction.
When you understand what credit score ranges mean, you can make better financial decisions.
The Paceline Card offers up to 5% cash back on health and wellness purchases for meeting your weekly exercise goals.
The answer comes down to a few things, including your credit score and your issuer's rules.
Before you cancel your credit card, find out what the impact could be on your credit score.
Your credit score only tells part of the story as lenders judge how likely you are to repay debt.
Learning about foreign transaction fees can help you avoid paying more than you have to when traveling abroad.
If your spouse racks up debt during your marriage, you may be liable.
Taking a few simple steps before a credit check can improve your odds of being approved.
The perk could save you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on airfare.
U.S News Credit Card Expert
Beverly Harzog is a nationally recognized personal finance and credit card expert. She’s the bestselling author of five books including The Debt Escape Plan and Confessions of a Credit Junkie
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