Pre-approval means there’s a good chance you’ll qualify for a card. And you can compare credit card pre-approval offers with no harm to your credit score.
Living in the Big Apple–or any other large city–can cost big money. From housing to food to having fun, learn how to afford to live in a city like New York, LA, or D.C.
Canceling a credit card may be a good idea if you can’t control your spending. But it’s not without consequences. Here’s how to know if closing the account for good is the right move.
Foreign transaction fees are fees charged by banks and credit card issuers for international purchases. They’re usually equal to about 3% of each purchase. Foreign transaction fees can be avoided by using no-fee credit cards and debit cards, paying with local currency, and staying away from international ATMs.
New freedoms and responsibilities can feel overwhelming post-graduation. Take a deep breath! It’s easier than it seems with our guide on how to be an adult.
If you want to have financial discipline you’ll want to set some goals and then create and follow a plan to meet those goals.
Buying a used car in 2024 is hard but not impossible. Sure, prices are high and inventory is low — but amazing deals can still be found (or negotiated) — if you can master the car-buying process.
The best new credit card for you might not be the best card for me. Here’s how to choose the most rewarding new credit card for you based upon your spending habits and your credit score.
You can earn free airfare or hotel nights with loyalty programs, even if you only travel a couple times a year. Which travel rewards program is best for you depends on your needs and preferences.
As an undergrad you are still considered a dependant of your parents for the purposes of federal aid. That means that you need their financial information when you apply for federal aid, even if they aren’t helping you go to school. It might not be fair, but that’s the default assumption. However, there are a few exceptions which we discuss here.