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  1. Millennials Guide: Picking the Best Rewards Cards

    There are perks a-plenty on offer, but you have to find the right plastic for your ...
  2. Credit Card Review: BankAmericard (BAC)

    Examine an overview of the credit card lineup offered through Bank of America, each ...
  3. Should You Get A Gas Credit Card?

    Many credit cards now reward you for your gasoline purchases. But some are more generous ...
  4. Rewards Credit Cards

    If you have a very good credit rating, you will have your choice of rewards credit ...
  1. Credit Card Review: BankAmericard (BAC)

    Examine an overview of the credit card lineup offered through Bank of America, each ...
  1. Are credit card rewards considered taxable income by the IRS?

    Learn about when the Internal Revenue Service considers the financial value of gifts received from credit card reward programs ...
  2. What are some tips for getting the most out of my credit card rewards program?

    Get tips to get the most out of a credit card rewards programs and discover what the most important factors are when choosing ...
  3. What are some common catches that come with credit card reward programs?

    Read the fine print of credit card cash back rewards programs before assuming they are an easy way to cut down on credit ...
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