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When It Makes Sense to Use a 401k to Pay Off a Credit Card Find when it makes smart financial sense to use a 401(k) loan to obtain funds to pay off credit card debt. Learn about the pros and cons of using this method of paying down your card balance. Compare other options available to you for debt consolidation. What to Do If You Spot Fraud on Your Bank of America Credit Card Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen What to Do If You Spot Fraud on Your Bank of America Credit Card When I found fraud on my credit card, my first reaction was not the correct one: I...

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What Credit Cards are Accepted at Costco? Find out which credit cards work at Costco, the wholesale warehouse club that has been known to be picky with accepting credit card payments. How to Get the Most Miles from Your Frequent Flyer Programs Learn how you can get the most value from your frequent flyer miles through your favorite airline loyalty programs, including free flights and more. What Are Smart Ways to Use Credit Card Concierge Services Photo of Christina Majaski Christina Majaski What Are Smart Ways to Use Credit Card Concierge Services With so many different credit cards and reward programs available, it can become... 4 Ways to Avoid Fees When Paying Taxes With Credit Cards Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen 4 Ways to Avoid Fees When Paying Taxes With Credit Cards Paying taxes with a credit card can be very expensive, which is why it's... Which Credit Card Fees Are Worth Paying For? There are plenty of credit card fees that you could end up paying. These could be annual fees, cash advance fees, or balance transfer fees -- are they worth it? Are Airline Credit Cards Best for Earning Travel Rewards Miles? Airline credit cards are known to offer travel rewards and cool perks such as priority boarding and lounge access. But, see how travel cards can be better. How NOT to Use a Credit Card Photo of Kali Hawlk Kali Hawlk How NOT to Use a Credit Card I’ll be the first to admit it: I love my credit cards! Yes, I used the word...