- Can You Pay Your Mortgage With a Credit Card?
Should you pay your mortgage with a credit card? It really depends on your reasons for wanting to whip out your credit card. For example, do you want to pay your mortgage with a credit card to earn ...
- Low interest rates on credit cards not to cause disruption: COO, IDFC First Bank
Our approach to the credit card business is different than how it has been done traditionally. We want to make it a credit product instead of a convenient payment mechanism. We want cards to be a cred ...
- You Can Now Earn $250 Back With This No-Annual-Fee Business Credit Card
The Blue Business® Plus is offering current cardholders $25 back (up to $250 total) on each $500-plus purchase from now until June 30, 2021.
- Why You May Not Get Approved for a Capital One Card -- Even With an 800 Credit Score
Capital One applications aren't all about your credit score. Find out the reasons why excellent credit doesn't mean a Capital One card is a sure thing.
- How to get relief from these credit card issuers
Here’s a sampling of credit card hardship assistance being offered by major banks, credit unions and other issuers in 2021.
- Is 2021 the year you should get a credit card?
There are a wealth of rewards, benefits and protections that come from having a credit card, so consider whether this is the year for you to put away that debit card and start using a card that gives ...
- Tips for Reducing Credit Card Debt, Even if Balances Are Already Lower
While American balances are down over all, interest can still add up. If your stimulus check isn’t going to cover basics, consider reducing your debt.
- This Week In Credit Card News: No-Interest Credit Cards? Are Bank Fees Discriminatory?
National Australia Bank, known locally as NAB, launched a no-interest credit card in September. Users get a fixed line of credit and the bank levies a monthly fee, which is refunded if the ...
- Some Banks Want to Consign Credit-Card Interest to History
“He said, ‘Well, what about a no-interest credit card?’ ” said Rachel Slade, personal banking group executive at National Australia Bank Ltd. , recalling a feedback session at one of the ...
- Tight on cash? These credit cards charge 0% interest on purchases
If you need to temporarily carry some debt to make ends meet, one low-cost option is to get a credit card with a 0% introductory interest rate on purchases. Some cards come with long introductory ...