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But if you pay off your balance each month, the APR is meaningless.feedback
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Apr 30 2017
Matt Schultz has been quoted 43 times. The one recent article where Matt Schultz has been quoted is More people are using credit cards for purchases under $5 and that may be a good thing. Most recently, Matt Schultz was quoted as having said, “Once you use the card for the purchase, pay off the balance in full and collect the rewards.”.
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The good news is that the people who are most OK with their partner spending without telling them are more likely to absorb the higher expense.feedback

The fact that people are so confident in the face of these growing debts was surprising to us.feedback

The truth of it is, most people are an unexpected job loss or a medical emergency away from having some real trouble.feedback

I honestly don't think we've seen the end of high sign-up bonuses.feedback

If you haven't done so already, 2017 is the perfect time to pay off your credit-card debt.feedback

Regardless of whether you use your real credit card number or a virtual credit card number, you still have the responsibility of checking your statements.feedback

It's really all just about making sure that these merchants have less of your valuable information.feedback

These perks can really help in certain circumstances, but most people don't know that they are there to be taken.feedback

These perks are best applied to big-ticket items. They'll be worth the time and effort to find the paperwork and make the phone calls, because the money you get back is real and impactful.feedback

If you carry a balance regularly, a rewards card might not be for you.feedback

It's never been a better time to sign up for a new credit card because the bonuses are so lucrative. It's an arms race among issuers and it's not just on high-end rewards cards.feedback

The bonuses offered by these store cards can't necessarily match up to that.feedback

Retail store credit cards have always been more expensive than your average credit card, and they're only getting more and more expensive.feedback

That is basically the penalty rate for most general-purpose credit cards.feedback

What we are seeing is an arms race in sign-up bonuses.feedback

I wouldn't be surprised if another issuer offers a card like Chase Sapphire Reserve.feedback

The math doesn't work as well in year two. Make sure the card fits your lifestyle.feedback

Price protection from your credit card can be a really good thing.feedback

Some people wear that as a badge of honor.feedback

It's the best time in years to shop for a rewards card.feedback

But that said, there's no question that there's a whole lot of improvement needed to make these contracts easier for people to read.feedback

If you don't understand what you're signing up for, it can cost you a lot of money. For example, if you don't know all of the fees that come with the card, how can you work to avoid them?feedback

College is expensive enough without having to pay an additional 2 to 3 percent to pay with plastic.feedback

If you can do all of those things, it makes sense to charge your tuition, but beyond that, the math just doesn't work in your favor.feedback

This convenience fee amount is in line with the percentage most retailers pay to accept credit cards.feedback

It might be a sign [consumers] are reaching a tipping point when it comes to being able to handle their credit cards.feedback

A lot of the growth in credit-card accounts is simply because there's never been a better time for consumers for credit-card rewards.feedback

We've seen that if you're late with a payment, there's a good chance you can get that waived.feedback

A trend toward fewer credit-card fees is obviously a good thing for consumers, but it also shows how crazy competitive the credit-card marketplace is.feedback

Most of these people are trying to get their spouse or friend get a leg up financially. They don't necessarily do their due diligence.feedback

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