Credit Cards

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brittanybrack
Asked by: brittanybrack

What is the best travel rewards card with no foreign transaction fees?

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2 years ago
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Fatima
Asked by: Fatima

I have a credit card for which I receive my bill on the 24th. Payment is always due on the 18th of the following month. I also continue to use my credit card between 24th and the 18th. What interest am I being charged for that? Am I allowed to pay off the new balance?

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2 years ago
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Del Dinkins
Asked by: Del Dinkins

How does living in other countries affect your credit score?

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2 years ago
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Gabriel Weiland
Asked by: Gabriel Weiland

Are credit cards mandatory to have?

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  • Jevon
2 years ago
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Chloe Desouza
Asked by: Chloe Desouza

Will applying for a new credit card hurt my credit score?

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2 years ago
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Chloe Desouza
Asked by: Chloe Desouza

I payed off my credit card and then cancelled it. Would it affect my credit score?

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2 years ago
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Shreya Sachdev
Asked by: Shreya Sachdev

What is the difference between a credit card and a cash rewards credit card? Is one better to get?

1 answer
2 years ago
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Briana Thompson
Asked by: Briana Thompson

How many credit cards is too many?

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2 years ago
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Maggie Bussard
Asked by: Maggie Bussard

Is it ok for my debit card that I use to withdraw cash and for purchases to be linked to my money market account that I have my direct deposit sent to and I use to pay off my credit card bill or should they be separate?

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2 years ago
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Leora Swerdlow
Asked by: Leora Swerdlow

As of now I have only been using debit cards, and have a bank account both where I go to school and with my parents at home. At what point should I switch to a credit card, and what are the advantages of that?

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  • Joshua
2 years ago
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Nile Godfrey
Asked by: Nile Godfrey

I've heard that paying off a credit card debt with another credit card is a big no-no. But are there any situations in which it would be the recommended thing to do?

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2 years ago
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Derek Martin
Asked by: Derek Martin

My parents have multiple credit cards, I was just wondering what the benefit of having multiple cards or one is

1 answer
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