Education on Credit Cards
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What is debt to income ratio and why is it important?
Shopping around for a credit card or a loan? You'll want to get familiar with your debt-to-income (DTI) ratio.
Halt credit card fraud this holiday season
The holiday season is a peak time for spikes in credit card fraud. Help safeguard your cards and credit this holiday season by following these important tips.
What to do when only one spouse has great credit
Want to help your spouse improve their credit score? Learn more about the different methods and options that may work for you both.
How & when to use your credit card
To ensure your credit score stays high and your balances stay low, you need to follow few credit principles on how to use a credit card. Follow a healthy credit journey with these tips from Chase.
How to find your APR and calculate your interest charge
A higher purchase APR (annual percentage rate) means you will owe more in interest if you carry a balance, while a lower purchase APR means you will owe less.
Smart ways to reduce your credit card debt
Setting up a solid foundation for good spending habits and debt control is the key to your financial success. Here are some tips to help you on your way.
How refunds and returns work on a credit card
Learn how credit card returns work and how returns can affect things like your credit score, rewards and monthly statements.
Here are the different credit score ranges and what they mean
Credit scores are three digit numbers assigned to each and every one of us over 18, and are used by lenders to gauge our individual credit worthiness.
How often is your credit score updated?
Paying bills on time & paying off credit card balances are some of the things that improve credit scores, but how long does it take to reflect in your credit report?