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Studies show that many engaged couples plan to use credit cards to cover their wedding expenses.
While credit cards are more various and more enumerable today, they are, essentially, the same product they have always been.
Visa’s new V.me quick payment system, which is a bit like PayPal, is set to compete with the MasterCard PayPass very soon.
Low introductory credit card rates are always enticing, particularly if you are able to transfer another credit card balance or the balance of your car loan.
Thanks to special credit cards from Citi, small businesses can continue to thrive even in a tough economy, as long as they are equipped with the right kind of rewards program.
Most consumers probably feel that they are at the will of their credit card provider. The truth, though, is that the customer actually has more control than you might think.
Credit cards are designed to be helpful money management tools but many people abuse or misuse their cards simply because they do not know how to best maximize their benefits or overlook their regulations.
U.S. Bank and REI have recently partnered to bring consumers an iPhone app that lets shoppers apply for a co-branded credit card which is now also available on the Android platform.
Consumer spending in America is increasing. This may seem in contrast to the recession, but when money is tight, people want to stretch what little disposable income they have; and they’ll charge it to do so.
The new Living Social Rewards credit card from Chase Bank is one of the first to exclusively link credit card rewards with a particular online social media platform.
As summer quickly approaches, the effect of the recession begins to loom over families who want to take a vacation.
A recent study shows that a majority of small business owners feel they have enough money to operate but inversely do not feel financially savvy enough to manage their money.