Paying for a credit card may be worth it if the card fits your existing lifestyle and rewards you significantly more than a no-fee card. But the latter are so competitive, generous, and perk-filled that most people will be perfectly happy with a no-fee card.
Married couples enjoy more Social Security benefits, tax breaks, retirement options, estate planning perks, and cheaper insurance (health and auto).
Now that a Pikachu has sold for $5.275 million, you might be wondering: are any of your old Pokémon cards worth anything? And should you buy some cards today as an investment? Not so fast. Despite some high-profile sales, rare Pokémon cards remain a dubious investment at best.
NFTs allow Internet users to “own” images, memes, gifs, and other virtual media. How do they work, how are they related to crypto, and why are people buying them?
Some credit cards include a Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), aka rental car insurance covering damage, theft, and towing. CDWs save you the $15 to $30 per day you would otherwise pay for the rental agency’s insurance, and in the event of an accident can help you avoid paying a deductible and hike in premiums for your regular auto insurer.
Gap insurance can save you over $10,000 in the right scenarios. So how does gap insurance work, when does it apply, and is it worth it?