Credit. It's a scary topic. Mainly because so many things can surprisingly ruin your credit scores, such as late or missed payments, applying for more credit cards, carrying high credit card balances, ignoring your credit report, and more.
“How can I track my credit card expenses?” We’re asked this question all the time, which is understandable since you have every right to have and be in control over your credit card spending. Keeping track helps you stay on top of fraud as soon as it occurs and helps with sticking to a budget and maintaining a low balance.
If you're searching for a credit card offering a 0% APR*, there are some things you need to know before you sign up and get one. I know it's tempting to see credit cards offering zero interest for up to 6- to 21 months from account opening, but that doesn't mean you can start spending like a Kardashian instead of someone with a modest bank account...
Great question! Saving money is one of the smartest things you can do with your cash, but with endless options, it can be tricky to know what type of account is the best fit for you. Enter the epic battle of Certificates of Deposit (CDs) versus savings accounts.