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I got more than $2,000 worth of value from the American Express Platinum credit card in my first year — despite its $550 annual fee
The American Express Platinum Card comes with a big annual fee — but the value I've gotten from the card is even bigger.
Amazon has a no-fee credit card Prime members should strongly consider — if only for the 5% cash back on all Amazon and Whole Foods purchases
With 5% cash back on all Amazon and Whole Foods purchases, the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card is a must-have for existing Prime members.
Robo-advisor Wealthfront now offers a new high-yield savings account with a minimum deposit of $1 — here’s how it stacks up
Wealthfront's Cash Account, a new high-yield savings account, is fee-free and requires a minimum opening deposit of $1, making it accessible to all.
The AmEx Platinum is available to active-duty servicemembers at no annual fee — but even with the fee, the credit card is a great value
Here's how active-duty US servicemembers can get the AmEx Platinum Card's fee waived. The card offers a fantastic value and great travel benefits.
The Chase Ink Business Preferred offers proprietors and small businesses a way to earn reward points while separating personal and business finances.
Most traditional investing advice fails to take women’s pay gaps and longer lifespans into account — Ellevest is changing that
Robo-advisor Ellevest is changing the conception of investing as a boys' club by taking gender differences like pay gaps and lifespans into account when creating investment portfolios.
The Capital One Venture card comes with valuable travel benefits — we break down whether they are worth a $95 annual fee
The Capital One Venture Rewards credit card has a big sign-up bonus, makes it easy to earn and redeem miles, and has valuable benefits.
5 reasons the decade-old Chase Sapphire Preferred is still a powerhouse within the increasingly competitive credit card space
The credit card rewards space is more competitive than ever, but the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is still a powerhouse. Here's why we recommend it.
The Global Entry fee credit is a nice perk that is offered on several credit cards. Here are eight of the best ones that offer this benefit.
Most people think paying $450 a year for a hotel credit card is insane — here’s why I signed up for the Hilton Aspire anyway
Huge annual fees for hotel cards are a turnoff, but there are times when making an exception makes sense. The Hilton AmEx Aspire offers a huge welcome bonus, multiple annual travel credits, automatic Hilton Diamond status, and a free weekend night each year among other perks