You’re missing out! Imagine using your smartphone only for making phone calls. What if you didn’t know you could use your phone to listen to podcasts, text, interact with friends on social media, or even to use the built in flashlight? What a shame that would be since your phone is capable of so much more than what it’s name implies! Now let’s imagine you’re only using your credit card to make purchases. Are you aware of the long list of benefits and rewards that are provided by some great credit cards out there? Did you realize that debit cards don’t offer the same protections that credit cards have automatically built in? Not to mention that we dive into the ethical question of credit card rewards- is it possible to utilize rewards and points with a clean conscious? During today’s episode, we’re going to convince you to start using your credit cards much more effectively.
- You should probably be ignoring expiration dates of food items already in your fridge or pantry. Here are the facts straight from the USDA.
- While boosting your credit score can certainly be a benefit of using a credit card responsibly- what score is good enough?
- And the best way to choose what credit cards you should use depends on how you spend.
- If you have a small business or side hustle, opening a credit card suited for consultants will offer a bunch of business protection, too (with the same rewards opportunities.)
- Credit Card Tool – Looking for the right credit card for you? Then check out our new credit card tool that’ll help you to easily filter through all the cards based on your preferred airline, whether or not they have an annual fee, or simply by the cash back offer! Just toggle the sliders and you’ll know which card to consider.
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