In order to be secure, informed and without inconvenience, it is vital to alert your bank to any travel plans, check for added charges for foreign purchases, and have backup payment options on-hand.
Most people fail to learn about the bonuses and perks that come with their credit cards. If you travel often or find yourself in situations where there could be liability, your card may protect you.
Credit card companies are free to cancel your card or revise your limit at any time – without notice. Make sure you keep a second card on hand and are aware of the main reasons why this happens.
With the IRS filing deadline around the corner, many Americans are asking whether paying their tax liability with a credit card is smart. The answer is complex, and depends on your situation.
Being ignorant about which credit cards to travel with can lead to extra fees, added inconvenience and an increased risk of identity theft. Know before you go so you can save money and your sanity.
Card companies are constantly looking for new business – and they’re willing to bend the rules as much as possible. Claims of pre-approval, cash back and low rates should always be scrutinized.