By Rachel Bowie It’s a common money quandary: When should you bust out the plastic and when do you break out the benjamins? As it turns out, there’s a right and wrong time for both — and choosing the best payment method can actually result in not just dollars, but[Read More…]
A year after being elected president, Donald Trump still has failed to achieve the first major health-care policy goal he set for himself — although he has taken several steps toward undercutting his predecessor’s big health law. Trump on his very first day in office signed an executive order aimed[Read More…]
Unlike a fixed interest rate, which remains constant, a variable interest rate can change over time. Most credit cards have variable interest rates tied to the U.S. prime rate or a similar benchmark. Here’s a complete definition of a variable interest rate, how it affects your credit card debt, and[Read More…]
The U.K. is breaking up with surprise credit-card fees. The British government announced this month that businesses there will no longer be able to add a surcharge to prices for consumers who want to pay with debit or credit cards, or some forms of digital payment including PayPal.
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This content is made possible by our sponsor; the views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc. The odds that you’ll discover a phony credit card charge are on the rise, as is the likelihood of[Read More…]