Bankrate videos can help you understand how credit cards work. Watch these to learn about the new credit card law, how to choose the best rewards program for your spending, why closing an account can hurt your credit score, what alternatives exist for teens and how to use the new balance transfer calculator.VIDEO: New era for credit cards
Bankrate's Leslie McFadden explains the effects of the new credit card law.VIDEO: Evaluate rewards programs
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Bankrate's new balance transfer calculator well help you decide if the move will pay off.<< Back to the 2010 Credit Card guide table of contents.advertisementRelated Links:Are chip and PIN credit cards coming?Best ways to establish creditBrokerages offer big credit card rewardsRelated Articles:Correct credit report error Discover debuts CardBuilder3 ways to earn rewards
Bankrate videos can help you understand how credit cards work. Watch these to learn about the new credit card law, how to choose the best rewards program for your spending, why closing an account can hurt your credit score, what alternatives exist for teens and how to use the new balance transfer calculator.
<< Back to the 2010 Credit Card guide table of contents.
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