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A new credit card made especially for small business owners gives Amazon Prime members extra cash back on purchases, as well as the ability to choose flexible payment terms in lieu of rewards.
When folks have multiple types of debt they’re trying to pay off, it can be difficult to know which check to write first. But for the many people struggling under student loan debt, it’s important to pay off other loans first, financial experts advise.
Online retailer Zulily is now offering customers a co-branded credit card that allows them to pay for purchases in three monthly payments. The card, issued in conjunction with Synchrony Financial, offers Smart-pay, which gives cardholders flexible payment options.
A new survey indicates that Americans are getting more comfortable with the idea of instant financing when they’re shopping online. Seventy-five percent of folks said they would choose to buy from an online merchant offering instant financing, rather than one that did not, if given the option. And 28% said they would switch stores if they could use instant financing to fund their purchase.
When your credit card is lost, stolen, or compromised in some way, one of the most annoying things is having to wait for your replacement card to arrive. While you’re waiting, you don’t have use of your credit card, and you’re never sure exactly when the card is going to show up.
The prize for Army Credit Union of the Year goes to PenFed Credit Union this year, as the PenFed branch in Fort Hood, Texas is recognized for distinguished service at the Defense Credit Union Council’s Annual Conference in Boston.
Understanding how credit card interest is calculated is important if you want to be more educated and use your credit card more effectively. Here we’ll explain how most credit card issuers calculate your interest payments and how your individual rate is determined.
While MasterCard announcing MasterPass, a digital service that lets cardholders pay with most mobile devices, and Visa and Samsung are announcing a global alliance to accelerate mobile payment with app called payWave, more than 1 million U.S. consumers are already actively using an app called LevelUp to pay for their purchases.