Some advocate that the ideal number of credit cards is zero, and for many people, that's just right. But if you believe that credit cards can be a helpful tool and want to use them, what's the ideal number to have? I think it's two, and they would preferably be different types (Visa, American Express, … Continue reading The Ideal Number of Credit Cards
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