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I Like Black Designed Credit Cards
This is more of a fun post about my personal feelings on credit cards with a lot of black in their design. This post is more of a continuation of a post written by Shirley back in September 2015 about...
No question that sign up bonuses are a great way to pile up the miles and points quickly. However, you do also want to maximize your return on every day spending as well. Today, I will list some of the...
Credit Cards that I Cannot Leave the House Without
I currently only have 7 credit cards in my portfolio. Just gearing up for another round of applications. That being said, I have been frequently asked which credit cards I use the most. So today, I will...
A Credit Card that I am Willing to Pay the Annual Fee Every Year
If you have been reading our Blog, you probably already know that one of my favourite credit cards is the Capital One Aspire Travel World Elite MasterCard. Today, I will share with you my analysis on...
Building a Credit Card Portfolio (around $2,000 spending per month)
Building a Credit Card Portfolio (around $500 spending per month)
Building a Credit Card Portfolio (around $5,000 spending per month)
Back in 2014, we built a suggested credit card portfolio...
Best Credit Card for Each Financial Institution (March 13, 2016)
I have written posts ranking each financial institution, but I thought it would be fun to write a post listing the top 1 credit card per institution.
I have listed the credit cards based on the most recent...
Ranking the Credit Card Portfolios of Each Canadian Financial Institutions (updated March 1, 2016)
I did not think that I was going to be updating this post so quickly, but enough has changed from last month that it warrants an update.
Every time there are some significant movements in the credit card...
I have been asked this question many times. What do you have in your credit card portfolio? Well, here it is! I would like to note that I set my wife up on a different credit card portfolio than mine,...
For those of you who don’t like paying annual fees. This is the post for you.
Personally, I would actually prefer signing up for credit cards that waive their first year annual fees. Those are generally...
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