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Best Credit Cards for Free Summer Vacations in 2015

About two-thirds of American adults – more than 226 million people – own credit cards. The number of credit card holders who always or usually pay off their charges in full is at an all-time high (64%). One inference we might draw from this data is that more people than ever before understand the value of

Best Credit Cards for Average or Building Credit in 2015

If you have average or fair credit—a credit card can be a great tool for building credit. Simply getting a credit card won’t automatically help you build credit, however. The key to building good credit is to manage the card responsibly by keeping the balance to a minimum and paying the bill on time and in full every single month. If building credit is your goal, consider one of our top picks for best credit cards for building credit below.

Best Balance Transfer Cards, Summer 2015

If you’re still carrying high interest balances from the holidays, or worse, last summer’s travel — a 0% balance transfer can give you the relief you need to pay off those pesky balances without high interest fees eating into your monthly payments. Here are some of the best balance transfer cards running this summer.

Best Credit Cards for Poor or Bad Credit in 2015

If you’re looking to build or rebuild your credit and bounce back from past credit problems, here are some of our top pics for best credit cards for bad credit.

5 Questions to Ask Before Transferring a Balance on a Credit Card

f you’re thinking about transferring a balance on a credit card to take advantage of a 0% introductory offer, there are five questions you’ll want to ask before you apply.

Do Business Credit Cards Help Build Business Credit?

If you want to build business credit for your company (even if that company is only you), here are six things you should know about business credit cards and how they relate to your business’s credit standing.

9 Little-Known Credit Card Benefits You May Be Missing Out On

When it comes to buying something, you’ve never been monogamous with your payment methods. Sometimes you whip out cash, other times you reach for your credit card. But you’ve come to realize that your inconsistency makes it hard to track your spending. So you’ve decided to go all in and commit yourself to using a

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