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You don't want to find one of these cards in your wallet, and if one already is, you don't want it there long.
Financial needs change with age, but for some reason we often fail to change credit cards.
Bank of America is ahead of CARD Act regulations, while Wells Fargo, HSBC and U.S. Bank sticks to the rules.
There is no effective difference between increases in interest and fees applied to indebted accounts.
If you use only one credit card, you're playing right into your issuer's hands.
With benefits universally acknowledged and shortcomings proven non-existent, the CARD Act can be considered a success.
Cards with without set credit limits are deceptive options that can give a false sense of spending power.
Start on the path to zero credit card debt now and you can save your New Year's resolutions for losing weight.
Cardholders must choose either to improve credit, lower debt or maximize rewards.
Consumers now know what they're getting into in terms of fees before an account is even opened.