Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money – Lazy Edition

by Guest on February 23, 2011

Here are this week’s stories on credit cards and saving money from across the blogosphere.

Credit Card News

Michael Pruser presents The SimplyCash┬« Business Card from American Express OPEN Review posted at The Dough Roller, saying, “Any small business owner would benefit from owning the Simply Cash Business Card from AMEX.”

Michael presents PenFed Premium Travel Rewards American Express┬« Card $200 Bonus posted at Consumerism Commentary, saying, “The PenFed Travel Rewards Card has the potential to be your favorite credit card, because it’s rewards program is as good as it gets these days.”

Credit Card Reviews

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Chase Ink Cash Business Card Review: $100 Bonus Cash Back posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “A peek at the Ink Cash Business card, a cash back card.”

Ryan @ CML presents Best Business Credit Cards posted at Cash Money Life, saying, “Business credit cards can be an essential part of cash flow management for some businesses – this review ranks some of the best credit cards on the market.”

Debt Management

Ryan @ MFN presents Can You Live Without Debt? posted at The Military Wallet, saying, “Is it practical to live life in modern America without taking out a loan? What about a mortgage or an expensive college education?”


Miranda presents Should You REALLY Buy a Home Now? posted at Money Ning, saying, “While it is no doubt tempting to rush out and buy a house, it might not be the best time for you to purchase a house just yet.”


Janet presents Credit Cards Canada Urges the Goverment to Ditch the Penny posted at Credit Cards Canada, saying, “In a world where plastic is the preferred method of payment, whether in the form of credit cards or debit cards, the penny is obsolete.”

PT presents How Much Can I Sell My Car For? posted at Prime Time Money, saying, “PT Money gives you tips for maximizing the sale price of your car.”

Lastly, check out this weeks Carnival of Wealth at Value Stock Guide is an independent, advertising-supported comparison service. receives compensation from the credit card issuers whose credit card offers appear on the website. The compensation may impact the order in which they appear within listing categories. does not include the entire universe of available credit or financial offers. Our editors rate credit cards objectively based on the features the credit card offers consumers, the fees and interest rates, and how a credit card compares with other cards in its category. The Editor's Picks credit cards are the expert opinion of our editors, and not influenced by any remuneration this site receives from card issuers.
Advertising Disclosure*

Editor's Note: This content is not provided by Citi. Any opinions, analyses, reviews or recommendations expressed here are those of the author's alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the Citi or any of the other companies whose products are featured in this content.

Leave a Comment

These responses are not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

Previous post:

Next post: