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Personal Capital offers several free tools you can use to grow more wealth.

I use the free version of Personal Capital, a financial planning website, every month — here’s why I can’t stop

It's hard to find anything that is actually "free" these days, but Personal Capital offers useful financial planning and retirement resources without any payment or commitment. That's pretty amazing, and it's also why I will never stop using my free account.

I stayed at a hotel booked through AmEx’s Fine Hotels and Resorts program to see if it is worth all the hype

Although I've had the Amex Platinum Card for more than a year, and travel often, I had never booked a hotel through the Fine Hotels and Resorts program before.

I’ve had all three of Chase’s main Ultimate Rewards-earning credit cards — here’s how I rank them from best to worst

While the Chase Sapphire Preferred is the easiest choice, I've earned far more value from my Chase Ink Business Preferred and Chase Sapphire Reserve.

Southwest just announced an unheard-of deal for its credit cards — you’ll get the coveted Companion Pass simply by opening one

Get the Southwest Companion Pass as a sign-up bonus when you open any of the personal Southwest credit cards — here's how.

Capital One’s business cards have limited-time sign-up bonuses this January — get up to $2,000 cash back or 200,000 miles

Bonuses this big don't come along often on Capital One's Spark Business credit cards. Apply by January 28 to lock in this bonus opportunity for your business.

The Capital One Savor offers 4% cash back on dining and entertainment — here’s how much the average American saves each year with the card...

An industry-high 4% cash back on dining and entertainment makes the Capital One Savor Cash Rewards Credit Card one of the highest earning cards for those who spend a lot on food.

Citi’s new no-annual-fee rewards credit card offers a unique system for earning points

The new Citi Rewards+ card offers bonus points at supermarkets and gas stations, and rounds points up to the nearest 10.

Hilton’s business credit card is a compelling choice for loyalists of the hotel chain — we break down whether it’s worth the $95 ann...

The AmEx Hilton Honors Business credit card is great for business owners with large business expenses, who frequently stay at Hilton hotels.
If you carry the Chase Sapphire Reserve, you get 50% more travel when you book through the Ultimate Rewards portal.

Most people don’t realize Chase’s Ultimate Rewards travel portal lets you redeem points for more than just flights and hotels — here...

While many Chase Ultimate Rewards enthusiasts transfer points to hotel and airline partners, you can also use points to book "activities" through the Chase travel portal.

5 reasons I signed up for a Delta credit card even though the SkyMiles program no longer publishes an award chart

Consider opening the Gold Delta SkyMiles Credit Card from American Express if you can score a huge sign-up bonus like I did.