Amy Brittain, The Washington Post Published 2:47 pm PDT, Thursday, August 9, 2018 Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Zach Gibson Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh meets with congressional leaders in Washington on July 24. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh meets with congressional leaders in Washington on July 24. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Zach Gibson Inside Brett Kavanaugh's personal finances: credit card debts, $92,000 country-club fee 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In front of a law-school crowd in 2015, Brett Kavanaugh mentioned the success of a younger attorney who worked as his deputy in the White House and became the general counsel of Facebook in 2008. Kavanaugh, who was a federal appeals judge at the time, had never heard of the company. "That turned out to be a really good … [Read more...] about Inside Brett Kavanaugh’s personal finances: credit card debts, $92,000 country-club fee
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Susan Tompor Detroit Free Press Published 11:00 p.m. UTC Jun 28, 2018 The Uber Visa, launched last fall, may target on-the-go millennials with amazing rewards, such as 4 percent for eating out and 3 percent on airfare. But the odd thing, as with many high-reward credit cards, is that getting approved for one of these Barclays Uber cards isn't a slam dunk for some Generation Y consumers. Many millennials might have the college degree and the new job, but they're held back from some of the more lucrative rewards cards in some cases because they were too cautious about handling credit in college. Yes, really. One young teacher recently shared her credit card rejection letter with me. The reasons were listed: Too few accounts with sufficient satisfactory performance. Insufficient number of credit cards with your credit report. Insufficient credit history on your credit report. Low credit limits on installment trade(s) on your credit … [Read more...] about How to get a credit card when you’ve never had one
By Emily Flitter and Jack Nicas, New York Times Published 2:51 pm, Friday, May 11, 2018 Photo: JOHN TAGGART /NYT Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 An Apple store in Short Hills, N.J., April 12, 2017. As part of its consumer finance push, Goldman Sachs is teaming up with Apple to develop a new credit card that would bear the Apple Pay brand. An Apple store in Short Hills, N.J., April 12, 2017. As part of its consumer finance push, Goldman Sachs is teaming up with Apple to develop a new credit card that would bear the Apple Pay brand. Photo: JOHN TAGGART /NYT Goldman Sachs and Apple plan to offer a new credit card 1 / 1 Back to Gallery One company has a devoted customer base teeming with wealthy, well-traveled young adults. The other is a financial powerhouse with few offerings for everyday consumers. Now they are … [Read more...] about Goldman Sachs and Apple plan to offer a new credit card
It is hard to beat the convenience of a credit card for purchases, but does that same convenience make it worth paying your taxes by credit card? It might, but that depends on several factors involving money and time. "Your credit card is usually a high-interest option, but it is an option," opines Betterment head of tax Eric Bronnenkant. Before deciding whether to put your tax bill on plastic, consider the following: Fees – By law, the IRS cannot pay credit card transaction fees. As a result, credit card payments to the IRS are handled through secure third parties approved by the agency. See the IRS website for a list of the approved payment processors and their fees. What to Do When You Owe Taxes But Can't Pay the Bill Credit card fees are percentage-based with a minimum "convenience fee" for smaller bills ranging from $2.50 to $2.69. Percentages range from 1.87 percent to 2.00 percent of the total tax bill depending on the vendor and the type of card … [Read more...] about Should You Pay Your Taxes With a Credit Card?