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Credit card interest explained in a way that makes sense. How does credit card interest/APR Work? It's not super complicated, but you'll need to follow along. I'll go over the average daily balance (ADB) method that credit cards use to charge interest. Hopefully this video will help interest charges make a bit more sense....
Credit card free interest days. What is 45, 55 or even 60 free interest days mean? When is the credit card billing cycle start and finish? How do you know if you have free interest days or not. Follow me on my personal finance blog. Money-Saving, Money-Making and Investing tips all in one place. www.dollarcentstalk.com subscribe...
The question of when to redeem cash back on a credit card may at first sound simple, but to get the most value requires a bit of thinking. Sometimes there are annual fees, other times there are redemption thresholds. Generally, if its in cash form only then redeeming as soon as you can is...
If you live in the United States, you might have recently gotten a credit card with a microchip on it. But what does this chip do that makes it any different than the magnetic strip on the back of the card? ---------- We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you have time, please give us...
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Today's question is: How do credit card issuers make money? Ask us your credit questions in the comments and find your next card at https://www.creditcardinsider.com/ Everyone knows that credit card issuers and networks are quite profitable, but how exactly do they make their money? It turns out that there are a few ways, including interest rates,...