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Match Your Card and Lifestyle: Credit Cards on the Web

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You can not only find card deals on the Web, sign up for them and have your card in the mail to you on the same day but you are also able to take care of card business online.

There are several card companies that have their web sites that make you able to do a lot of administration with digital ease. They facilitate you in many ways, you can look at your statements, you can pay bills, you are able to talk to company problem solvers, you can download your information into your own computer and you can even download pre-prepared tax numbers.


Some of them will let you know if your statement has been sent, others will inform you if you are approaching a problem that maybe you’re nearing your credit limit. Few of them will also let you know that how your perks (like frequent flier miles) are piling up.

Before you sign up with a card you need to decide first that how valuable these services are. If they give you super convenience then it may be worth paying a little extra for the card as you trade money for time. But you should fully understand what each little online offer means before you take any further step.

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Understanding Credit Card Terms (Glossary)

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It is a good way to understand credit card terms so that you may stay one step ahead. If you are able to read a credit card application and completely understand all the terms of agreement on your card you’ll be in better form to use your cards with whole responsibility and you may also avoid falling into the credit card debt trap.


Here in this article we are presenting you a glossary of the most common credit card terms that could really help you with your credit card education:

Adjusted Balance Method

Adjusted Balance method is a formula that many card issuers use for the purpose of calculating the amount of your monthly payment. During the month the payments that you made to the credit card account is subtracted from the balance, and finance charges are added on to get the adjusted balance.

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