Generous rewards, lucrative sign-on bonuses or low introductory interest rates are only a few reasons that these already-premium products are the best credit cards for holiday shopping.
What do you say when a cashier asks you if you want to apply for the store's credit card? First, you should say, "Maybe." Then you should do the math.
If you have one of these cards, you may never need to buy an extended warranty with a product again.
Issuers sweeten the small-business pot with lucrative cash and mileage offers on credit cards.
If you’re in debt, a credit card with a great balance transfer rate might be in your best interest. MainStreet rounds up some of the best available right now.
MainStreet looks at the ways credit cards can help you save on gifts this year.
Consumers who find fraudulent charges on their credit card bills won’t be asked to pay them, but whether the bank, the issuer or the merchant incurs the costs ultimately depends on the circumstances.
Visa is experimenting with a new design on select credit cards that shifts key information to the back in order to make the front look cleaner and show off the brand more prominently, and other card companies may follow suit.
Fancy credit card rewards programs and new checking account fees may be enticing consumers to ditch their debit cards, but not everyone should be breaking their old credit cards out of retirement. MainStreet takes a look at some key questions consumers should ask themselves before making a credit card their payment option of choice.
Credit card issuers are starting to lend to borrowers with low credit scores as they look to widen a still-lagging consumer base.