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Baby registry checklist: What to buy for a newborn
Explore our suggestions for baby registry must-haves that are sure to help ease the transition into parenthood and set you (and your baby) up for success.
What happens to credit card debt when you die?
Credit card debt that's left after someone dies is often paid for by their estate, but in some cases credit card debt can become the responsibility of a loved one.
Entering adulthood: Guide to applying for your first credit card
Applying for your first-time credit card is an exciting moment, but it's important to educate yourself and learn good credit habits beforehand.
How does the credit card transaction process work?
Credit card processing is more involved than swiping a card to complete a transaction. Learn who's involved and how the credit card transaction process works.
6 items that don't show up on your credit report
Do you know what your credit report shows? Learn what is in a credit report, what gets left out, and how to monitor your credit score to prevent fraud.
What is a credit freeze?
A credit freeze can help protect your credit files from being accessed without your consent. Learn what a credit freeze is, how it works and more.
The Southwest fan's guide to the Southwest Rapid Rewards® program
Your guide to Southwest Rapid Rewards® program. Learn how much Southwest Rapid Rewards points are worth, ways to earn and redeem them, and more.
Which Southwest Rapid Rewards® Credit Card is right for me?
Chase Southwest credit cards come with varying perks and benefits. Read our guide to learn more about each card to choose the right card for you.
What is considered a good credit score?
There are different scoring models, but in general, scores from 670 to 739 are considered good. Learn all about good credit scores, their benefits, and more.