Author: Jason Steele
Christine has been using sub-prime credit cards because she has no credit history. Bad idea. Here are some better ones – for her and you.
This reader wanted to transfer old debts to new, lower interest credit cards. But after getting the new cards, she discovered the fees to transfer the balances were too high. Now she wants to cancel those and find better ones. But will all this shuffling hurt her credit score?
A reader has just gone through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. How soon until she can apply for a credit card?
A reader always got the bank to lower her rate with a phone call…until now.
With the right cards, Deborah can increase her credit score and earn more rewards. And so can you.
Banks are offering up to 100,000 points or miles to try their credit cards. Should you bite?
Today, Money Talks News introduces a new feature: credit card makeovers. We start with the Money Talks News founder, but after that, we want to hear from you. Want a credit card pro to help you save on interest and earn more points? Say the word.