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What’s the Difference Between Prepaid Cards and Secured Cards?

People often confuse prepaid cards with secured credit cards but depending on your reasons for opening one of these cards, the differences can mean making the right choice — or the wrong one.

7 Things to Do After a Balance Transfer

To make the most out of your balance transfer, do these seven things.

Credit Sesame’s Best Travel Credit Cards for 2015

Summer blues got you down? A vacation could be just the escape you need, without breaking the bank! Rewards cards can help make your dream vacation a reality, so look through our top travel credit card picks. Find cards that have flexible redemption options for airline miles, hotel rewards or travel statement credit. Many have

How to Use a Balance Transfer to Get Out of Debt

Using a balance transfer with 0% interest can be an effective way to pay off overwhelming credit card balances and get out of debt for good.

5 Credit Card Myths That Can Hurt Your Credit Score

Don’t be fooled by these common credit card myths. Provided you use them responsibly, credit cards can certainly be an asset in achieving an excellent credit score.

Will Carrying a Small Credit Card Balance Help Boost Your Credit Score?

Can carrying a small credit card balance really help your credit score? Credit Sesame’s credit expert, Joh Ulzheimer clears up the confusion and settles the debate once and for all.

How to Teach Your Kids Financial Responsibility

Giving your kids some training in financial literacy is an important part of helping them mature and grow. One day they won’t have you to take care of their expenses for them. To help them prepare for that day, here are some ways to teach your kids financial responsibility today.