Credit Cards – Low Interest Rate

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    Both title loans and payday loans carry risks that outweigh the benefits.
  2. The Fed's Interest Rate Rise & Your Credit Cards

    The U.S. Federal Reserve recently raised the lending rate from 0% to 0.25% – the ...
  3. Credit Cards to Help You Recover from Poor Credit

    A poor credit score can put a huge damper on your finances. Thankfully using the ...
  4. Cash Back, Miles or 0% APR: Comparing Card Perks

    Consumers have a lot of choice these days when it comes to credit card rewards, including ...
  5. How Visa Counts On Your Free-Spending Ways

    The credit card transaction business is so profitable, Visa Inc. doesn't even bother ...
  6. Forget Your Bank Account - Use Your Credit Card

    What if you used your credit card as a bank account? Believe it or not, this strange ...
  1. How Visa Counts On Your Free-Spending Ways

    The credit card transaction business is so profitable, Visa Inc. doesn't even bother ...
  1. Why is it beneficial to innovate financial models and techniques used in quantitative ...

    Understand why it's necessary to negotiate lower interest rates on your credit cards, and learn the techniques you can use ...
  2. Is the prime rate in the US different from the federal funds rate?

    Learn how the federal funds rate affects fluctuations in the prime rate and how following your bank's prime rate can help ...
  3. Why do some credit cards offer introductory APRs?

    Understand how introductory APRs from credit card companies can help or hurt your personal finances. Learn how to use these ...
  4. What is the difference between a fixed annual percentage rate (APR) and a variable ...

    Fixed ARP and variable APR loans operate differently but serve the same purpose: to collect interest from a borrower so the ...
Hot Definitions
  1. Applicable Federal Rate - AFR

    Rates published monthly by the IRS for federal income tax purposes. These rates are used to calculate assigned interest charges. ...
  2. Foreign Exchange Reserves

    Foreign exchange reserves are reserve assets held by a central bank in foreign currencies, used to back liabilities on their ...
  3. North American Free Trade Agreement - NAFTA

    A regulation implemented on Jan. 1, 1994, that decreased and eventually eliminated tariffs to encourage economic activity ...
  4. Trickle-Down Theory

    An economic idea which states that decreasing marginal and capital gains tax rates - especially for corporations, investors ...
  5. Derivative

    A security with a price that is dependent upon or derived from one or more underlying assets.
  6. Fiduciary

    A fiduciary is a person who acts on behalf of another person, or persons to manage assets.
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