If you've never had a credit card before, getting started with one can be pretty daunting for the beginner. Without any experience in the world of credit, how are you supposed to know where to start, or which card to apply for first?
While I write a lot about my international travels on points and miles, I do my fair share of domestic travel as well. While some cards (which often carry higher annual fees) are incredible tools for the international traveler, there are other credit cards on the market that are more useful and impactful for anyone who travels frequently throughout the United States. These are our favorites.
Stating the obvious here: Taxes kind of suck. But if you’re going to procrastinate and stress eat your way through your last minute tax prep, we found 14 restaurants, gyms and retailers that have you covered.
What's one big part of travel many people don't think about while booking a vacation? Getting around at your destination. Sure, Lyft and Uber are now ubiquitous, but depending on the trip, it often makes sense to rent a vehicle. We get questions all the time about which credit card is best for car rentals, so we thought we'd round up our favorite options for anyone looking to save on some wheels for their next trip out of town.
Tax law is incredibly complicated, and even if yours are easy there may be deductions you're missing. Student loan interest, home office deductions for telecommuters, and heck, in Massachusetts you can claim half your rent! Do any of these sound like you? Here's our list of 34 commonly overlooked tax deductions and credits you won't want to miss out on.
Ultimate Rewards points are some of the most useful tools that I use to travel around the world for less. With 10 amazing transfer partners, as well as many easy ways to earn points, Chase's Ultimate Rewards program is one of the strongest in the industry. But what are the best ways to use your points once you have them?
The Chase Sapphire Preferred Credit Card is one of the best bang-for-your-buck credit cards on the market today. I'd recommend it for anyone looking to break into the points and miles game who still wants to get a decent cash back return on their everyday spending. Here's why the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is a top-notch beginner credit card.
Over the past few years, Chase has unveiled quite a few great products for small business owners, including the Ink Business Preferred and Ink Business Cash cards. While these cards have many similarities, they also have their differences, and it can be hard to know which one is the best for your business.