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Home Buying Help – Money Management Tools – Home Decorating Ideas – Free Recipes

Credit Card Basics for Couples

Home Buying Help – Money Management Tools – Home Decorating Ideas – Free Recipes

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Most experts recommend having two to five cards total: one or two joint cards and one to three cards in your own name. With a joint card, you’ll only have to pay the fixed costs (like annual fees) once. Be sure to agree on a monthly limit for each of you that’s within your budget. Then keep separate cards (listing the other person as an authorized user), so you have your own financial identity.

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