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- The best prepaid card for PayPal users
The PayPal Prepaid Mastercard is ideal for PayPal users and especially helpful for parents who want to manage their child's spending from a mobile device.
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As you lay the groundwork for 2021 financial resolutions, take inventory of your credit cards to see if they’re still in line with your goals and priorities.
- 4 Credit Card Mistakes You'll Wish You Hadn't Made
Choosing the wrong credit card and paying only the minimum are among the four credit card mistakes you're sure to regret.
- 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 ...
- This Week In Credit Card News: No-Interest Credit Cards? Are Bank Fees Discriminatory?
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- New Data Reveals U.S. Credit Card Habits, Financial Fitness
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- How These 3 Store Credit Cards Save Me Hundreds Each Year
Store credit cards that complement your spending can lead to big savings, especially if used wisely. Here's a look at three cards that led to great rewards.
- Best Chase credit cards of 2021
The bank is known for its Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Sapphire Reserve and Chase Freedom credit cards, but it offers other excellent options as well.
- These are our favorite credit cards for college students
Credit cards for college students typically have lower approval requirements, so even if you have no credit, not much income and no one to co-sign your application, you can still get approved for one.