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Credit cards make me nervous. Not using a credit card responsibly can get you in all kinds of financial trouble. But if you’re responsible and plan properly, there are some big benefits that some credit cards can provide you with rewards.
Spencer from MoneyManual and I talk about ways you can use credits cards wisely to receive points and rewards that can give you major financial benefits.
Spencer serves as an active duty Air Force officer in Hawaii. He’s investing for financial independence by age 40. His site MilitaryMoneyManual .com shows service members how to travel hack with annual fee waived credit cards and maximize their military benefits.
He shares how to plan and how to get the most out of your credit cards. And also shares who should not be using credit cards for rewards.
Here’s how to use credit card rewards wisely for big benefits.
The Military Money Show is sponsored by Charles Schwab. Since 1973, Charles Schwab has been helping people achieve better financial outcomes for themselves and their families. You can learn more about Charles Schwab and the work they do at Schwab.com.
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