How To Cancel A Chase Credit Card

Cancel Chase Credit CardJPMorgan Chase is the second largest card issuer of credit cards in the U.S. with over 80 million cardholders and $131 billion in outstanding credit card loans. In recent years, the Chase Sapphire Preferred and Reserved cards have been extremely popular with bonus points chasers and many card-enthusiasts thanks to 2x and 3x points on travel and dining and no foreign transaction fees. Those cards however have an annual fee, which in the case of the Chase Sapphire Reserved is a hefty $450.

If you have a Chase credit card and want to lighten the load on your wallet, both literally and figuratively with the Sapphire cards, follow these instructions on how to cancel your card online, by phone, or mail.

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How To Cancel A Capital One Credit Card

Cancel Capital One CardCapital One is the third largest credit card issuer in the United States so when their commercials ask “What’s In Your Wallet”, if you don’t have a Chase or Citi credit card, you probably have a Capital One.

I have their Quicksilver rewards card, which was a decent 1.5% cashback card at the time until it was surpassed by Citi’s Double Cash card. What makes Capital One’s cards still worth keeping even now though is their no foreign transaction fees if you travel internationally. But what if you have better rewards cards you’d rather carry in your wallet and you want to cancel your Capital One credit card.

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How To Cancel A Citi Credit Card

Cancel Citi CardAre you thinking of closing a Citi credit card? Maybe you’ve taken advantage of some of the lucrative American Airline bonus miles that Citi was offering with the Aavantage Executive card and now you are facing a big annual fee for the next year. Or maybe you have too many cards in your wallet that your back is starting to hurt and you want to lighten the load.

Whatever your reason is for deciding to cancel your card, it does not have to be a hassle.

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How To Cancel An American Express Card

Canceling An Amex CardWhile American Express credit and charge cards come with a lot of impressive member benefits, sometimes cardholders decide to cancel their cards. It may be because they no longer use the card regularly or they do not want to continue paying the annual fee, which on American Express cards are higher than many other issuers.

If you wish to cancel your Amex card, follow these easy steps on how to cancel your card.

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How Paying Your Taxes With A Credit Card Can Earn You Hundreds

Income Tax TimeIt’s that time of the year again that no one looks forward to. 1099’s are showing up in the mailbox which means tax season is right around the corner.

If you have a big tax bill due to the IRS, there is something you can do to lessen the blow to your wallet by paying your taxes with something that’s currently in your wallet. No, I don’t mean pocket lint. I’m talking about paying your taxes with your credit card.

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Credit Cards vs Debit Cards and Why You Should Stop Using Debit Cards Immediately

Credit CardA Bankrate study last year found that 67% of millennials did not own a credit card. This isn’t that surprising since many were old enough to see how the over-usage of debt and the financial crisis affected those around them.

The Credit CARD Act of 2009 also made it harder for those under 21 to get a credit card by prohibiting credit card companies from giving out free swag on college campuses and requiring proof of income or a co-signer to get a credit card. Thus, a whole new generation of adults do not see any reason to have a credit card, which could become a problem in the future.

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