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Weekly rate report: Average card APR remains at record high of 17.14 percent -- November 14, 2018: The average APR for new credit card offers stayed put Wednesday, remaining at an all-time record high for the second consecutive week. ... (See Weekly rate report)

Weekly rate report: Average card APR breaks new record, climbing to 17.14 percent -- November 7, 2018: The average credit card interest rate continued its record-setting streak on Wednesday, climbing to another all-time high. ... (more)

0 percent card offers: A treat, not a trick -- If you have credit card debt, you shouldn't worry about rewards. You should instead focus on paying off your debt, and a balance transfer card with a 0 percent interest offer can help. ... (See Balance transfers )


Baggage delay: 5 steps to take when an airline loses your luggage -- If your bags are delayed so long that you must replace clothes or toiletries, both airlines and credit card insurance can pay for some of those expenses. Here's how to get reimbursed. ... (See 'Cashing In' With Tony Mecia)

Credit card rewards: How to get started -- If you want to get started with credit card rewards, start by determining whether rewards cards are for you and finding the card that best fits your needs. These tips will help. ... (See Getting started with card rewards)

Excellent credit, low income: Should you apply for a rewards card? -- If your credit is strong, but your income is low, you may be approved for a card with a low credit limit. ... (See Excellent credit, low income)


Carry money while traveling abroad: Why you need credit, debit cards, cash -- Ready to leave cash behind while traveling abroad, relying only on credit cards and mobile apps? Not so fast. Here's why you still need to bring along some good old cash. ... (See Traveling abroad money needs)

How to slay your credit card debt with ‘small wins’ -- Researchers have proposed a financial intervention that can make paying off debt feel less painful and motivate you to pay more over time. It's all about small wins. ... (See Credit card debt)

If I buy an engagement ring with a new card, will my other credit limits drop? -- Getting a new card for a big purchase is not likely to spook your other card issuers into lowering your limits. However, you could see your credit score drop for a while, and the new debt may leave you vulnerable to financial shocks. ... (See Credit limit decrease )


If I buy an engagement ring with a new card, will my other credit limits drop? -- Getting a new card for a big purchase is not likely to spook your other card issuers into lowering your limits. However, you could see your credit score drop for a while, and the new debt may leave you vulnerable to financial shocks. ... (See Credit limit decrease )

Weekly rate report: Average card APR remains at record high of 17.14 percent -- November 14, 2018: The average APR for new credit card offers stayed put Wednesday, remaining at an all-time record high for the second consecutive week. ... (See Weekly rate report)

Small Business Credit Profile: Torqued -- Tim Trampedach turned his side hustle importing car racing seats into a full-time motorsports business. The company is not backed by venture capital or loans - instead, credit cards are fueling its race toward success. ... (See Small Business Credit Profile with Erica Sandberg)


Credit score drop: How a new card briefly weighed down my score -- In September, I applied for a new credit card and only made a few purchases with it. Soon after, my credit score was 41 points lower than it had been less than two months before. What gives? ... (See Wealth and Wants with Ted Rossman)

If I buy an engagement ring with a new card, will my other credit limits drop? -- Getting a new card for a big purchase is not likely to spook your other card issuers into lowering your limits. However, you could see your credit score drop for a while, and the new debt may leave you vulnerable to financial shocks. ... (See Credit limit decrease )

Baggage delay: 5 steps to take when an airline loses your luggage -- If your bags are delayed so long that you must replace clothes or toiletries, both airlines and credit card insurance can pay for some of those expenses. Here's how to get reimbursed. ... (See 'Cashing In' With Tony Mecia)


Rewards cards target sharing services, and their millennial fans -- As millennials embrace the sharing economy, card issuers are rolling out new cards or upgrading their rewards programs to offer benefits for using such services ... (See Rewards cards for sharing services )

Square: What products and services does Square support? -- Square supports a wide array of products and services, but not all of them. Before using Square, make sure to read the fine print and understand Square's limitations. ... (See Square)

Card-not-present fraud: How card brands, merchants are fighting it -- Issuers innovate to thwart cybercriminals, but the shift to mobile puts the onus on merchants to step up against card-not-present fraud. ... (See Fraud)


Credit score impact of opening, quickly closing a new card -- Your credit scores should revert to where they were before you applied, minus the points you lost with the initial inquiry. ... (See Closing new card)

Should I be added to new husband’s card or get a new one together? -- Joint credit cards are rare these days. It's more common to add a spouse as a authorized user to a card. ... (See Card for new spouse)

Card way over the limit? Here's a debt payoff plan -- It's rare to go over your credit limit, but when that happens, you need a plan to pay off your debt fast. Get a side gig, sell items, increase your income to erase your card debt to zero. ... (See Over-limit debt payoff plan)


Charged Up! podcast: Earn more, owe less -- Dubbed "America's Money Answers Man," veteran financial journalist Jordan Goodman talks about tools available to help you pay off your mortgage in 5 years, make lower monthly car payments and earn 8 percent from your savings ... (See Pay down debt)

Charged Up! podcast: How to create your own credit card -- If you're an entrepreneur wondering how to strike a deal with a major bank or a person wanting to give back with your card, the story of Charity Charge can help ... (See Donating rewards)

Charged Up! podcast: How PayPal changed our lives -- Journalist and author Jacques Peretti explains how our spending habits have changed over the last 15 years due to technologies such as PayPal ... (See Podcast)


Weekly rate report: Average card APR remains at record high of 17.14 percent -- November 14, 2018: The average APR for new credit card offers stayed put Wednesday, remaining at an all-time record high for the second consecutive week. ... (See Weekly rate report)

Weekly rate report: Average card APR breaks new record, climbing to 17.14 percent -- November 7, 2018: The average credit card interest rate continued its record-setting streak on Wednesday, climbing to another all-time high. ... (more)

Weekly rate report: Average card APR keeps climbing to record 17.11 percent -- October 31, 2018: The average credit card interest rate shattered another record this week. For the first time in at least a decade, the national average APR for new card offers hit 17.11 percent. ... (See Weekly rate report)


Square: What products and services does Square support? -- Square supports a wide array of products and services, but not all of them. Before using Square, make sure to read the fine print and understand Square's limitations. ... (See Square)

Why not accepting credit cards makes no business sense -- If you think your business is saving money by not accepting credit cards, think again. Paying credit card processing fees is less expensive than spending time chasing delinquent customers who only use old-fashioned payment forms, like checks. ... (See Not accepting credit cards)

Same customer, multiple unsigned cards, different names: What to do -- If you have a recurring customer who pays with multiple unsigned cards under different names, there are ways to protect yourself from possible fraud. Here's how to proceed. ... (See Multiple unsigned cards, different names)



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