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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.
Why did your credit card APR increase?
By understanding the factors that increase APR you can make lifestyle & financial decisions to reduce your interest charges. So what are the factors that can affect APR?
Credit score rankings and what they mean
Credit scores are used by lenders to determine credit worthiness based off various credit score ranges. Learn what the different ranges are and what they mean.
Tips for increasing credit score more quickly
Learning how to improve your credit score is easy with our easy-to-follow guide. Knowing all the tips can help you boost your credit score.
How to build a strong credit history
Building strong credit can be challenging when you are first starting out. Check out Chase's tips on how to help build good credit history.
How long does it take to build credit history?
Have you ever wondered how you can build your credit quickly? Discover all the things you can do to build your credit history up and achieve a better score.
Should you pay for college with a credit card?
There are lots of ways to pay for college, but is using a credit card one of them? Learn about the pros and cons of paying your college tuition with a credit card.
How to build credit without a credit card
Yes, you can establish credit without a credit card. There are other options for building credit if you do not want to use or have a credit card.
Does paying monthly bills build your credit history?
Understanding how utility bills affect credit score could help you monitor your finances and pinpoint which aspects of your payment history affect your credit score.