Generally, banks won’t let you transfer a balance from one card to another from the same issuer. Here’s why and what alternatives you have to pay off card debt at a lower interest rate.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to shutter businesses across the country and a record number of Americans filing for unemployment, some major credit card issuers are offering relief to their customers. Read on to find out what credit card companies are doing to help.
The best rewards credit cards offer meaningful perks on top of the points or miles you can earn, yet annual fees are common. With some savvy planning, however, you may be able to get out of an annual fee altogether.
Paying an individual or institution via a money order sounds like a good idea, but what if you want to charge a money order through your credit card? Find out why paying for a money order via a credit card should be a last resort for most individuals.
Your credit card’s expiration date is a security feature, and it helps your card issuer manage its portfolio. It can also affect your recurring payments, so it’s important to know when your card expires, and how to update it.
Wondering how many credit cards you should have? Experts say at least two, one from each card network, one from each type of rewards, and no more than you can handle
Sending cash to friends and family? Before you reach for that credit card, keep in mind that you could incur fees or interest and lose the right to initiate chargebacks. Here’s what you need to know about sending money with a credit card.