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TD Bank Introduces Double Up 2% Cash Back Credit Card

One common complaint among those who are skeptical of credit cards rewards is that the earning structure some of these options offer is too complicated. Between category specific multipliers and rotating bonus categories, it's understandable that some would prefer a more straightforward solution. Enter the new TD Double Up Card...

Barclays and AARP Announce New Co-Branded Credit Cards

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) and Barclays have just announced a new line of co-branded rewards credit cards for members. This new line-up includes two main cards: The AARP Essential Rewards Mastercard and the AARP Travel Rewards Mastercard. Both cards carry no annual fee and are currently offering...

Amex, Marriott Brings Enhanced Welcome Bonus to Bonvoy Brilliant Card

With vaccine distribution continuing across the United States, there's now real hope that travel may return in earnest later this year. Ahead of that, a number of co-branded travel credit cards have increased their offers. The latest to get in on this trend is the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant American Express...

IRS Reportedly Planning to Postpone Tax Filing Deadline

Last year, as COVID-19 infections began to rise in the United States just as tax season was in full swing, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that it would be delaying the tax filing deadline. In that case, the agency ultimately moved the filing and payment date to July 15th,...

IRS Opens "Get My Payment" Tool for 2021 Economic Impact Checks

With another round of Economic Impact Payments now going out to many Americans, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has updated its Get My Payment tool. According to the IRS, payments authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act began reaching individuals as early as March 12th, with an official payment date...

Tips and Tools for Building a Better Emergency Fund 6

Life can be unexpected. As a result it’s important to prepare yourself — and your finances — for the worst case scenario. In the latter case, one of the best ways to ensure that an unforeseen expense, job loss, or other setback doesn’t become exacerbated is to have an emergency...

2021 Guide to Travel Credit Cards 3

After a very long year, a return to travel now seems to be drawing nearer. As a result, before you head back to the skies or hit the road, it may be worth considering adding a new credit card to your wallet that will not only compliment your upcoming travels...

American Credit Card Consumers Paid Down a Record $82.9 Billion in 2020

For only the second time in 35 years, Americans ended last year with less credit card debt than they started it with. Although U.S. consumers added $36.7 billion to their credit card debt during the fourth quarter of 2020 — snapping a three-quarter payoff streak — that wasn't enough to...