List of 0% APR Credit Card Offers
During the current high-interest environment, 0% APR offers can be useful for cashing out and parking the cash in a high-yield savings account or CD. Below we list all 0% APR cards we’ve found. Bear in mind a number of caveats
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What Is The SIPC and How Does it Protect Your Investments?
As a financial planner, I get a lot of concerned questions from my clients regarding their investments. One recently asked me: What exactly happens if the brokerage firm I’m custodied with goes out of business? This is a great question because many people donât know their investments have protection in the first place, or theyâre […]
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Maxing Out the 0% APR Offer on my New Chase INK Card
Last month I was approved for another Chase INK Unlimited card. A friend pointed out that the card comes with 0% APR on purchases for the first 12 months. I’ve never played the APR game, and this detail completely slipped my attention. Given that Chase does not report balances on business cards to the personal […]
What Is a Returned Check Fee?
Writing checks may not be something you do often. But if you do write a check, itâs important to make sure you have enough money in your bank account to cover it. If you donât, your bank might charge a â¦ Continue reading â
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What Is FedNow?
FedNow is the instant payments service run by the Federal Reserve. Itâs set to launch in July. Learn more about what to expect.
Are Certificates of Deposit (CDs) FDIC-Insured?
Certificates of deposit (CDs) offer a great, more structured way to save. CDs have specific time terms that typically vary from a few months to a decade. After you make your initial deposit, you canât access your funds until the â¦ Continue reading â
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Are Online Savings Accounts Safe?
The whole goal of savings accounts is to offer a secure place to keep your cash, so itâs good to know that, yes, online savings accounts are generally very safe. There are many features that keep them that way, from typically being insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to the latest security technology. […]
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