Credit Card Brands
Michelle Hutchison Recent incentives that invite credit card holders to upgrade their cards could run the risk of raising merchant fees.
CHRISTMAS ON CREDIT
David Potts A card with no interest on new purchases for 15 months would be perfect for the Christmas shopping.
DEBT'S THE WAY
Christine Long There are different types of debt. Some drag you down, while others can give you lift-off.
John Collett A study shows for most people, credit card loyalty schemes are seldom worthwhile.
David Potts It's more about when, rather than where, the credit's due that should worry you.
Christine Long Love to hate the major banks? Three alternatives seek to challenge the status quo.
Clancy Yeates Australian credit card debt has struck a new record high of $50 billion, ballooning by almost a third in the past five years.
A swift transfer to a low-interest option offers a solution, writes Penny Pryor.
Bina Brown Financial institutions have emerged with some of the most aggressive credit card offers seen.
Anneli Knight Frequent flyer points aren't to be scoffed at but avoid unnecessary spending for the sake of earning more.
Ben Butler Credit regulator has forced American Express to stop charging punitive interest rates.
Insight Ever noticed that if you buy a domestic airline ticket with a credit card, you'll be charged an extra fee of $7 or so?
John Collett Reversal of the relaxation of foreign ownership restrictions is welcome.
John Collett Even with higher interest rates, there's no reason for thinking house prices will stop rising.