Most of us have more than 1 credit card to our names which can lead to times when we might owe something on each credit card. The one thing that can happen in this situation is that the interest can make the debt almost unbearable and that is where a balance transfer comes in. Never heard of a Balance transfer Plan? Here’s all you need to know.
We love the convenience and benefits that comes with a credit card. Occasionally, we may come across an article like this one, reminding us that credit cards are still susceptible to hackers and scammers. It might seem like an unlikely occurrence, especially in Singapore. But make no mistake, as a familiar tagline goes, low crimes doesn’t mean no crime. Here are a few simple ways to find out if your credit card has been hacked.
When you start planning your wedding, one aspect of the expense is the honeymoon too. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get to go for the honeymoon for free? It’s not a fantasy because if you play your cards right, you could use a travel credit card to do just that for you. Here is how you could achieve this goal.
A balance transfer shifts your existing loan on one credit card, to an interest-free credit card. This will give you enough time to settle outstanding debts without incurring interest. While we can’t write a book on this topic, we can tell you what you need to know about it, including how it affects your credit score!
Shopping at the supermarket can be really fun. There’s always something new to try. But are the prices of groceries freaking you out? Did you see a tear drop on your wallet the last time you checked out of a supermarket? If you can’t really alter your purchasing habits, at least ensure that you’re using a grocery credit card to help make the expenditure easier to handle.
If you haven’t heard, the Land Transport Authority has partnered with MasterCard to begin piloting an account-based ticketing system for public transport fare payments from March 20. In just a matter of weeks, we will be able to use our MasterCard credit or debit card in place of our EZ-Link cards when we take the bus and MRT.