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How Do Balance Transfers Work? — A Complete Guide + 6 Top Offers

How Do Balance Transfers Work? — A Complete Guide + 6 Top Offers

If you're indebted to multiple lenders, oppressed by high interest rates, or simply looking to make your debt payments simpler, it could be worth it to make a balance transfer. This puts all your financial eggs in one basket, and can also give you a temporary reprieve from high interest rates. You've got to time it right, though, to get the most benefits and skip the potential costs. When done the right way, a balance transfer can give your credit score a boost -- but first you... read more »

If I Cancel My Credit Card Will The Interest Stop? (Learn How)

If I Cancel My Credit Card Will The Interest Stop? (Learn How)

If you’re considering closing your credit card to save on interest charges, you’ve got the right idea but the wrong method. There are some things you need to know, which we'll cover in this article: No, interest doesn't stop when you cancel a card with a remaining balance. You can do a balance transfer to a card that will offer 0% interest. We'll show you the 10 best cards available that offer no interest for up to 18 months. That being said, let's dive in. Interest... read more »

10 Best No-Interest “0% on Purchases” Credit Cards

10 Best No-Interest “0% on Purchases” Credit Cards

Credit card issuers are known to offer a number of amazing perks to attract and retain new credit card customers — free air miles, cash back, you name it. One of the most underutilized of these perks is the "0% APR on purchases" feature offered by many of the top issuers. What does that perk mean exactly? A 0% on purchases introductory APR simply means when you make purchases on a card, the issuer will not begin accruing interest on those amounts until after a predetermined number... read more »