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You’ll Need This Credit Score to Get a Rewards Credit Card
Credit card issuers typically have minimum scores for approving credit cards.
How to Get a Lower APR on Your Credit Card
If you build your credit score and ask your issuer, you might be able to snag a lower APR. But if that's unsuccessful, you have other options.
Southwest Companion Pass: Why You Want It and How to Get It
It's like a buy-one-get-one-free deal on flights, but earning it is a challenge. A Southwest credit card can help.
Should I Get a Travel Credit Card That Earns Points, or One That Earns Miles?
The right choice for you depends on how often you travel and how loyal you are to a specific airline.
View Authorized User Purchases With These Credit Cards
Tracking authorized user purchases can be tough, but some cards list them separately on statements.
Best Credit Cards for Wedding Expenses
The most magical day of your life can also be the most expensive. Take some of the sting out with the right card.
How to Opt-Out of Credit Card Balance Transfer Checks
You can ask your issuer to stop sending these online, by phone, in person or by snail mail.
Can Undocumented Immigrants Apply for Credit Cards?
It may be controversial, but it's not illegal for lenders to offer undocumented immigrants a credit card.
Should Grad Students Apply for Credit Cards for College Students?
If you're in graduate school, it may be time to ditch that college student credit card for one that offers better incentives and perks.
How Old Do You Have to Be to Apply for a Credit Card?
The most likely answer is 21. But you have options if you're younger.
If I Have Fair Credit, Should I Keep My Secured Credit Card?
You don't have to keep your secured card forever, but you should be aware of the ramifications.