Prepaid debit cards are perfect for those who are new to using plastic and for those who want some added protection on their purchases. Prepaid cards allow card holders to get used to the idea of how building credit would work with an unsecured or secured credit card, while also...
Credit cards for car rentals are almost always necessary. You may never find a car rental agency that allows you to pay in cash for a vehicle. While there are some that will take debit cards, they require a $200 deposit on top of the expected charges to ensure that...
Mobile deposits make cashing a check more convenient than ever. Rather than running to the bank to put the check in, you can simply take a picture of it with your phone and let an app do the rest. There are some pros and cons to this process, but it's...
Ever wonder how the money from your credit card account gets to the store you bought something from? How about those mysterious transaction fees that seem to raise the costs for just about everything? This is all a part of the universal procedure known as credit card processing, which takes...
CompareCards now has an education center that includes two free downloadable lesson plans for middle school and high school teachers, focused on educating our youth about credit and money management. The younger generation is building credit card debt at a rapid speed, and many of them do so right after graduation....
The spending limit on your credit card is the amount of money you can charge to it at any given time. Some credit card companies offer higher limits than others, depending on how they assess your credit situation. The more they trust you, the more money they will offer on...
It's no secret that you can view your credit score for free online by using sites like Credit Karma or Credit Sesame. What most people question is how these sites work. What 's behind totally free credit scores? How do free credit reporting sites make money? If these sites are...
We recently posted an article that explained different ways to repair your credit. In it, we discussed long term goals that you can use to boost your credit score in the future. If you're anything like me though, you don't always want to have to wait a long time to...
In 2011, I started my very first (official) small business and also opened my first business credit card. My personal credit wasn't very good, so the only issuer that catered to my credit score was Capital One® and I opened the Capital One® Spark® Classic for Business. I've since been able to build my credit...
There are two kinds of spenders in this world: those that freak out over credit card fees, and those who choose to ignore them completely. We would never suggest you go against the crowd, but really, you don't want to be in either of those groups. It is important to...
Gas rewards credit cards help you to earn money on the purchases you make, including those expensive purchases at the pump. With these credit cards, you’ll be able to make purchases and earn cash back on them. Each company sets the percentage back you will get. Some will only allow you...
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