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The End of Credit Cards for Travel?

Okay sure, credit cards are necessary today when traveling. And slowly, major U.S. merchants and credit card banks are switching over to the chip-and-signature cards that are safer than the magnetic strip cards. But there is still the annoyance of remembering to contact some credit card issuers before you begin your travels, especially internationally, much…

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Frequent Flier Miles are Pointless? Heresy!

Listened to this recording over the weekend between Marketwatch reporter Kelli Grant and Wall Street Journal’s Gordon Deal discussing the value of frequent flier programs. While they concede that frequent flier programs have value for those who fly, well, frequently, both feel the benefits are very limited for those who fly infrequently. In part, their…

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