Author: Jason Steele
For the past few weeks, Delta was keeping its SkyMiles customers from using their rewards to buy certain tickets. They didn’t apologize or explain. But they did fix it within hours of hearing from Money Talks News.
Ever been burned when you couldn’t redeem your frequent flier miles for the rewards you’d been promised? Maybe you should avoid the airlines altogether.
A reader finds a zero-percent balance transfer offer that looks too good to be true. But is it? Or is there an even better option out there?
Paying your taxes with a credit card means paying big fees. So why am I doing it? Because this year, I come out ahead.
Airlines have existed for more than 100 years, but they still haven’t figured out how to reliably deliver their passengers’ luggage to its destination. Here’s how you can make sure the job gets done.
Credit cards with zero-percent interest rates and no-fee balance transfers are making a comeback. Here are two examples, complete with a plain-English translation of the fine print.