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Using credit cards

Credit cards can be used to help you manage short-term cash flow by allowing you to make purchases without using your own money.

How to choose a card

A credit card is a very personal thing. Here we explore the various features, fees and benefits common among cards so you can more easily find one that works for you.

How does interest work?

There can be more to credit card interest than meets the eye. Knowing which rates apply, and when, can help you track how much you’re paying to use your card.

Interest-free credit cards

Fact or fiction? This article outlines everything you need to know to understand interest-free days on a credit card and how to use them.

What is a cash advance

A cash advance is when you withdraw cash from your credit card. While convenient, cash advances often come with their own fees and higher interest rates.

Credit card debt

Working to pay down your credit card? Here are 6 simple strategies that could help you reduce credit card debt more effectively.

Avoiding card fraud

Credit card fraud is a very real threat in today’s ecommerce based society. We’ve compiled 10 things you can do to avoid it.