Credit Cards for Good Credit

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If you have a good credit rating (credit score of 670-739), you’re in good company: as of October 2012, the average FICO score among Americans is 689 according to MyFICO.com. Generally speaking, having a credit score in the “good” range still entitles you to most of the same benefits that are given to those individuals with excellent credit — though you may not qualify for the most competitive cards, or receive the lowest interest rate possible. Card benefits include cash back programs, generous introductory offers and bonus points, perks like purchase protection and warranty extensions, and APR’s at or below average.

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Brendan Harkness
Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards – 2017
Brendan Harkness | May 15, 2017

Balance transfers let you move debt from a high-interest account to one with lower (or zero) interest, but which cards have the best offers? Find out here.

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John Ganotis
U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite Card Review: Is it worth the $400 annual fee?
John Ganotis | May 11, 2017

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.

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John Ganotis
MasterCard® Black Card™ Review: Is it worth the $495 annual fee?
John Ganotis | Mar 01, 2017

The MasterCard® Black Card™ is a metal credit card for people who travel frequently. But are its benefits worth the $495 annual fee?

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