28th

July, 2014

The Lufthansa Rewards MasterCard Review

Lufthansa is a German-based airline, but it flies all over the Americas and to other prime destinations including Europe, Asia, India, Australia, and the Middle East. Adding to its allure is the fact that in an era of customer service decline and passenger dissatisfaction, Lufthansa continues to earn rave reviews for superior service. The air carrier was named by customers as the Best Transatlantic Airline at the 2013 Skytrax World Airline Awards, and was ranked in the Top 10 of all airlines in the world at the July 2014 Farnborough International Airshow. Lufthansa has also scored high marks for traits…

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25th

July, 2014

Credit Cards in the News: July 19-25, 2014

Credit card news pops up every week and it’s not always easy to keep track of each story, especially all the stories about credit card fraud. That’s why we provide you with a summary of the top stories on CompareWallet so you can read what matters the most and not have to worry about all the other stuff. Here are the highlights for Credit Cards in the News: July 19-25, 2014. On/Off Technoloy for Credit Cards Set to Take Off New technology will allow customers to turn their credit and debit cards on and off using their smart phones. This capability…

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24th

July, 2014

How to Rebuild Your Credit After Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can be one of the most traumatic experiences that that anyone's personal finances can endure. At the same time, bankruptcy can also represent a sort of re-birth of one's financial history. Those who emerge from bankruptcy will have a very low credit score, but they can look forward to steady improvement so long as they turn over a new leaf and manage their finances responsibly. The first thing that everyone thinks when they emerge from bankruptcy is, "How am I going to re-establish my credit, if no one will give me a loan?" Thankfully, secured credit cards are available…

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22nd

July, 2014

Does Income Impact Your Credit Score? Not Really, but it’s Complicated

There are lots of questions about whether or not income level is a component used to calculate credit scores. The short answer is that no, your income does not make up your credit score. Credit rating agencies closely guard their formulas for coming up with credit score numbers, but they would have to ask what your income is in order to know it, which they don’t. Take a look at what else doesn’t make up your credit score. A deeper look at the question reveals that income does, however, play a role – and usually a very significant one –…

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18th

July, 2014

Credit Cards in the News: July 12-18, 2014

Credit card news pops up every week and it’s not always easy to keep track of each story, especially all the stories about credit card fraud. That’s why we provide you with a summary of the top stories on CompareWallet so you can read what matters the most and not have to worry about all the other stuff. Here are the highlights for Credit Cards in the News: July 12-18, 2014. Bank of America Hit by Litigation Expenses Unlike Citigroup and JPMorgan, Bank of America has yet to settle a dispute with the Department of Justice over its handling of risky…

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