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  • Marriott offers big dining savings promotion

    Marriott is running an interesting dining promotion through July 31. Marriott Bonvoy members who have not yet joined the hotel’s Eat Around Town program can earn up to 6,000 bonus Bonvoy points. Eat [...]

    2 min read Mar 05, 2021
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  • How to contact your credit card issuer

    When contacting your credit card issuer, preparing for the call means you’re more likely to get you what you need. Here’s how to get ready.

    4 min read Mar 05, 2021
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  • How to lift a credit freeze

    Credit freezes are a great idea to protect yourself against identity theft but they aren’t designed to last forever.

    3 min read Mar 01, 2021
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  • How to get a business credit card

    A business credit card is a great way to keep your personal and business finances separate and can come with some extra perks.

    4 min read Mar 04, 2021
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  • What does creditworthiness mean?

    In the world of credit, lenders are always concerned about the creditworthiness of their customers and potential customers. But what does that mean exactly? Let’s take a closer look this week. What does [...]

    3 min read Mar 04, 2021
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  • What happens when your 0% intro APR period ends?

    If you’re using an introductory APR period to pay down a balance or fund a large purchase, make sure you know when it ends and what will happen to your interest rate when it does.

    6 min read Mar 04, 2021
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