John comes from a diverse background of software development, web publishing, and personal finance. He knows firsthand what it’s like to accumulate credit card debt, pay it off completely, and then start using credit to his advantage. His passion for technology and attention to detail have made Credit Card Insider one of the premier credit resources on the Internet, and he is eager to help others tackle debt and use credit as a powerful tool rather than fear it.
The Amex EveryDay and EveryDay Preferred Credit Cards are popular rewards cards, but are the worth getting? Read our review to find out.
The Amazon Store Card and a Rewards Visa Card are popular for their rewards. But are they worth getting? How do they compare? Find out in this review.
The U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite Card has lots of benefits, but is it worth the $400 annual fee? Read our review to decide for yourself.
The MasterCard® Black Card™ is a metal credit card for people who travel frequently. But are its benefits worth the $495 annual fee?
Yes, you can pay federal taxes on a credit card. The IRS gave consumers the right to pay with a credit card under the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. Most states with a state income tax will allow you to pay with a credit card, too. But should you? Here are a few things to consider […]
Which Credit Cards Give Free Credit Scores? Most major credit card issuers have now started offering a credit score to cardholders, at least on some of their cards. Other companies offer a free credit score to anyone, regardless of whether he or she is a customer. We’ve researched which type of credit score is provided, which […]