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How to Save Money This 4th of July

I buddy of mine reminded me this morning that the 4th of July is just a week away. Time. Is. Flying. And while this isn't "news" by any stretch, it was a nice reminder of how quickly my favorite summer holiday was approaching.

Of course, my very next thought was what I planned to barbecue.

Best Cash Back Credit Card Offers for July, 2013

The longest day of the year might feel like today, Monday, but it's actually this Friday, June 21st. Yup - June is somehow already half over, meaning July is just a couple of weeks off and - with it - the beginning of Quarter 3.

Q3 kick-off is a holiday in credit card circles. (Yes, those exist.) Why? Because the beginning of the new quarter means the start of new rotating cash back categories going live! Discover, Chase and Citi all have featured cards whose quarterly rotating categories are set to go live on July 1st.

Best Credit Cards With Low Interest Rates - 12% And Under

Low interest credit cards keep the dangers of snowballing debt low, even for those consumers that carry a higher balance. Look - anytime you can avoid carrying a balance, you should. No matter how low an interest rate is, any interest paid still hurts your overall bottom line. That said, sometimes carrying a balance is unavoidable - be it because of emergencies or otherwise - and in those instances, having a low ongoing interest is crucial to your ability to pay down your debt.

Best Cash Back Credit Card Offers for June, 2013

With so many rotating credit card offers available to consumers, every now and then the experts at Creditnet like to take stock of the best of the best. With the beginning of a new month mere days away, we thought today was as good a day as any to evaluate the best cash back offers for June.

Without further ado, here are June's best cash back credit offers organized by category...

3 Money Saving Tips for Summer Travelers

Not to brag, but I've broken out the grill and charcoal THREE times this week. I love summer, and with the weather warming up and the days getting longer, it's officially time to start planning those summer trips, be it on the ground or in the air.

For the frugal traveler looking to save some coin without sacrificing any good times, here are 3 money saving tips for summer travelers...

1.) Gas up with a cash back card

Which Gas Credit Cards Are Worth the Investment This Summer?

There's good news from GasBuddy.com today. According to their experts, gas prices will continue to fall through June, 2013, especially in the weeks after Memorial Day. According to the report (which we found via The Daily Ticker on Yahoo!), the national average price for a gallon of gas will hover around $3.53 per gallon, 5 cents less than today's average of $3.58.

Discover it Cashback Categories for Summer 2013 Revealed

As promised, Discover announced their 5 percent cash back categories for "Summer Fun" in 2013 this morning. Discover it cardholders will earn 5 percent cash back on up to $1,500 in purchases made at gas stations, vaulting this card into one of the best gas rebate credit cards for the upcoming season.

0 Interest Credit Cards That Last 12 Months or More

0 percent interest credit cards give consumers the opportunity to pay no interest on new purchases and - often more importantly - balance transfers during the relevant card's introductory period. Not all interest-free cards are created equal, and the very best include zero percent introductory periods of a year or more.

Hate Credit Card Fees? Here are 3 Cards That Kick Fees to the Curb

The worst thing about credit cards are the fees; annual fees, late payment fees, over-the-limit fees, interest charge fees...We could keep going, but you get the idea.

That said, since the CARD Act of 2009 was passed, some credit card issuers have eliminated a lot of these fees in hopes of earning your business. The results are some better-than-ever credit card offers that are by and large free of unfair or unnecessary fees.

Barclaycard joins the $100 cash back club

Barclaycard has quickly climbed the ranks of U.S. credit card issuers by offering a slew of good-to-excellent (and even one average) credit cards for American consumers. However, they had yet to join the $100 cash back credit card club - until this week.

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