The Chase Freedom Card is an excellent "everyday" spending card, due to its rotating list of 5% cash back merchants each quarter. Let's dive into the card to see if its right for your wallet.
It's almost a new year and now is the perfect time to start thinking about your financial security in 2018. If you have debt, the new year is the time to reign it in. If you are fortunate enough to have remained debt-free, you should consider the best places to put your extra money. Here are some tips on making 2018 the year you get your finances in order.
It's no secret that using the right credit card for your holiday purchases, can help you save money and sometimes, even come out ahead. Plus, credit cards often include benefits such as purchase protection and extended warranty, that can come in handy well after you've finished Christmas shopping. However, in order to get the most out of credit card rewards and benefits during the holidays, it’s important that avoid making some of these common credit card mistakes.
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It's never too early to start thinking about holiday travel. Take it from me, while this time of year is fun, it's also expensive. The cost of gifts can really add up, and the cost of travel can be just plain scary. But if you follow a few simple tricks, you can cut down the cost of traveling home this holiday season.
With almost 100 million Americans expected to travel 50 miles or more during this year's holidays, it can be one of the busiest (and most hectic) times of the year to travel. Fortunately, we're here to give you a few helpful tips and reminders of what to do and not to do to make traveling during the holidays a little easier.