Residual interest is the interest that’s accrued on an unpaid credit card balance in the time that you’ve not been paying it. Read to learn how it works, and how you can avoid paying it.
How many credit cards does the average American have, and what types do they have? We’ve compiled industry statistics to answer those questions and more about who’s carrying what cards.
Companion passes and fares offer a great opportunity to cut the cost of traveling for two. For a breakdown of the most common companion passes, including what they offer and how to earn them, read on.
App Tally offers a unique approach to debt consolidation – making your credit card payments for you to reduce your interest and save you money. While the service has potential, it may not be right for every kind of cardholder.
If you fly frequently and enjoy luxurious travel perks, a premium travel rewards card, such as The Platinum Card from American Express or The Business Platinum CardÂ® from American Express may be your solution.
Wondering how many credit cards you should have? Experts say at least two, one from each card network, one from each type of rewards, and no more than you can handle
Looking for a small-business solution to storing customer card details? Your merchant processor may offer a service that fits your security and budget needs.
While paying your rent with a credit card has both benefits – raise your credit score! – and drawbacks – hello, fees – the process is nevertheless becoming easier. Now, tenants have more options and opportunities to charge their rent. Find out if it makes sense for you.
Declaring bankruptcy can damage your credit significantly. Here’s what you need to know about declaring bankruptcy and what you can do to rebuild your credit.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to shutter businesses across the country and a record number of Americans filing for unemployment, some major credit card issuers are offering relief to their customers. Read on to find out what credit card companies are doing to help.