Cash

Buy currency before you travel, but not with a credit card

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It is a good idea to buy foreign currency before your trip abroad to get the best exchange rates. But here’s why you should think twice before using your credit card for the transaction. Vacationers should know to avoid airport offices at all costs – as a captive public, you will naturally get a...

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7 alternatives to manage all your finances in one application

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Ranked second on the App Store and Google Play, Cash App is one of the best cash apps on the market. It has features like free personalized debit cards, special discounts, and equity investments. While this makes this payment app sufficient for some users, the app has its limitations. For example, users can only...

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7 things to know about cash advances

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Small Business Credit Cards are mainly used for making purchases, but most will also allow you to make a cash advance (not to be confused with a merchant cash advance). And while some may think that a credit card cash advance is similar to withdrawing money with an ATM card, there are many important...

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How to get money on a credit card at an ATM

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Most of us know how to use our credit card to make purchases, but not everyone knows how to get cash from a credit card at an ATM. When you use your credit card to request a cash advance, you can withdraw money from your credit card and use it to pay rent, pay...

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Buy now, pay later for tooth-missing self-regulation: RateCity

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The new “buy now, pay later” industry code of practice is a step in the right direction, but it is unlikely to prevent many customers from overspending. The code, which came into effect today, includes caps on late fees, support for vulnerable customers and freezing accounts when repayments are missed. The code also requires...

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Federal legislation aims to apply TILA to financing small businesses

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On July 30, Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez (D-NY), chair of the House Small Business Committee, ad New legislation titled “Small Business Loan Disclosure and Broker Regulation Act,” which would amend TILA and subject small business financing transactions to APR disclosures. Federal legislation would follow similar state legislation passed in California and awaiting the governor’s signature...

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