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Just Married: Best Credit Cards Deals for Newlyweds

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With the average wedding running close to $27,000, according to The Knot, you may find the billing statements from your old card are looking a little inflated. So, a good place to start would be transferring your balance to a lower-interest card to make paying it off easier.

And after you’ve shaken the rice out of your shoes and you know that one set of tough decisions is behind you: where to marry, where to honeymoon, who’s really the best man. Now wedding decisions give way to newlywed choices. One easy choice could save you money and better secure your future: And that is, picking the best credit cards deals for newlyweds.

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Published on June 30th, 2011 - Leave a Comment
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