September 28th, 2010
Points, Miles, And Cash Back: The LV Guide To Credit Card Rewards
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**Today’s guest post is contributed by LearnVest**.
At LearnVest, we believe that you should always make money on your money, from beginning to end: You should earn interest in a savings account before you spend and then credit card rewards once you do spend. In order to help you make the most of your money, we bring you the 9 rules you must read for rewards cards.
We also bring you a chart with the best rewards credit cards, grouped by type—cash back, points, and travel—courtesy of Dr. Mary Ann Campbell, a certified financial planner who works at IndexCreditCards.com. These top picks are for cards with no annual fees, because we don’t think you should ever pay for your card…
But wait, there is much more to know about rewards cards! Check out Learnvest‘s 9 rules on how to choose your rewards credit card.
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