If you’re a California resident, count your Thanksgiving-time blessings: You still have time to cash in on what is perhaps the greatest Southwest promotion of all time. In my article for NerdWallet, I explain why this promotion is so valuable.
When Hilton declared its undivided commitment to American Express in June 2017, Citi Hilton cardholders knew their plastic would soon be replaced with AmEx credit cards. Now Citi, AmEx and Hilton have released more information about when and how that will happen.
In my latest story for NerdWallet, I explain what changes you can expect if you're a Citi Hilton cardholder.
Choosing a rewards credit card means picking a side in an ongoing debate: cash back or travel benefits? In my article for NerdWallet, I help you make the decision that's right for your spending habits.
Your first credit card served one important purpose: It helped you build credit.
Now, after years of making on-time payments, you’ve grown tired of your card’s puny limit and lackluster benefits — and your mailbox is overflowing with better offers. Is it time to move on?
Maximizing benefits as a team across multiple cards requires constant communication, careful strategizing and, in some cases, expert-level budgeting.
In my article for NerdWallet, I spoke with three globe-trotting couples about how they manage their credit cards together.
You try to rake in big credit card rewards, avoid paying interest and keep your spending under control, but it feels like you’re running on a hamster wheel. What gives?
The answer likely has to do with your habits, or actions you take automatically without much thought. In my article for NerdWallet, republished by USA Today, I discuss the seven habits of highly effective cardholders.
When it comes to credit cards, you might think of yourself as a low-key rock star: You always pay on time and in full and maintain excellent credit. Compared with others, you’ve mastered the basics. And yet you — yes, you — might be using credit cards to spend too much.
If you already have a Chase Sapphire card and were itching to get another, a new policy from the issuer just threw a wet blanket on that idea. In my article for NerdWallet, I explain Chase's new policy limiting cardholders to just one Sapphire card.