How does the prime interest rate affect you?
Prime interest rate isn’t a mandatory base number but is standard in most banks.
How to help your kids build credit
Parents have many options, from debit cards and prepaid cards to secured credit cards and making their child an authorized user. Which is best?
How does credit card interest work?
Here’s what you need to know about credit card interest.
What is the shopping cart trick and does it still work in 2020?
The shopping cart trick sounds like a good way to avoid a hard credit pull, but does it really work? Here’s everything you need to know about the mythical shopping cart trick.
What does it mean when your credit card application is pending?
Credit card issuers occasionally need extra time to accept or decline a credit card application. Here’s what you need to know about a pending application.
What is myFICO?
Learn about how myFICO works and how it stacks up against the competition to decide if it’s the right credit monitoring service for you.
What’s a good APR for a credit card?
Cards with an APR at or below the national average is ideal, but a good APR for you will depend on your credit score.
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Payoff review: A better way to pay card debt?
This app might help you get out of debt faster, but it’s not necessarily the best option for everyone.
Insurance you might think about if you have kids
Dental, vision and other insurance offered by employers may be opt-in policies for young children, but are they worth? And what about life insurance for parents?