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Mortgages
By: Menelik Epee-Bounya
Harvard College, BA Economics
Considering getting a cosigner for your mortgage? Here’s what you need to know.
Loans
By: Raghav Rasal
Duke University
Gain a better understanding of how your credit score may influence the interest rate you are charged for a loan.
Mortgages
By: James Conley
Boston College
Second mortgages can be a great way to consolidate debt and pay for big projects, but only when they are taken on wisely.
Mortgages
By: Menelik Epee-Bounya
Harvard College, BA Economics
Looking to purchase a new home? Your credit score will determine your ability to get a mortgage and the interest rate you will pay. Here’s what you need to know.
Loans
By: Menelik Epee-Bounya
Harvard College, BA Economics
Consolidating debts into one payment can help your credit over the long-run, but it is not risk-free. Here’s what you need to know.
Credit Cards
By: Rishil Pansuria
Cornell University
If you're currently a Chase Sapphire Preferred cardholder, referring your family and friends to the card is a straightforward and beneficial process.
By: Abhiram Kotireddy
The Pennsylvania State University, BS Finance and Economics
Only in certain circumstances is it good to use a private money lender
Credit Cards
By: Sanchit Rokade
University of Illinois at Chicago
Interested in knowing how credit card cash advances work? Read on:
Credit Cards
By: Justin Feng
University of Chicago
Analyzing credit card fees and how to avoid them.
Credit Cards
By: Abhiram Kotireddy
The Pennsylvania State University, BS Finance and Economics
Having your credit card PIN is very important
Credit Cards
By: Abhiram Kotireddy
The Pennsylvania State University, BS Finance and Economics
The Apple Card is a cash back credit card.
Credit Cards
By: James Conley
Boston College
A guide for optimizing the points that you accumulate on your card for maximum savings.
Credit Cards
By: Logan Liu
University of California, Berkeley
Paying off credit card debt, although daunting, is never impossible. Here are some key steps and tips that you can implement to help you with your journey to defeating credit card debt.
Credit Cards
By: Ashley Dreyer
Yale University, BA Economics
Which bills credit cards can cover, and the pros and cons of using your credit card to pay your bills
Credit Cards
By: Ashley Dreyer
Yale University
When to close your account, how to do it, and how to maximize the amount of rewards you are able to keep.
Credit Cards
By: Jiaying Tong
University of Southern California, BS Accounting
Each dealer has its own policy on buying a car with a credit card. Here are some things to keep in mind.
Credit Cards
By: Rishil Pansuria
Cornell University
The Amex Gold Card comes with a $250 fee paid annually.
Credit Cards
By: Jack Corrigan
The University of Texas at Austin
How to get rid of your annoying recurring credit card charges.
Credit Cards
By: Abhiram Kotireddy
The Pennsylvania State University, BS Finance and Economics
You can not pay off your credit card with another credit card
Credit Cards
By: Sam Sussman
Vanderbilt University
Using a credit card at an ATM is possible but can be costly.
Credit Cards
By: George Maxwell
University of Warwick, Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
An introduction to the relationship between credit cards and investing in the stock market.
Credit Cards
By: Raghav Rasal
Duke University
Learn about high limit credit cards and how you can get one
Credit Cards
By: Saranya Das Sharma
The Wharton School
Explaining the process, pros and cons of using a credit card to pay taxes
Credit Cards
By: Yanpeng Wang
Yale University
What you need to know about using your credit card with PayPal.
Credit Cards
By: Logan Liu
University of California, Berkeley
Constantly being aware of your credit card balance is crucial to being a responsible credit user. Here are the different ways you can check your balance as well as the benefits of doing so.
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