The Fed has been raising interest rates, and they’re threatening to do it again. That’s good news for people with money in the bond market, but bad news for stock investors and one other group that’s benefitted from the low interest rates. We’re talking about folks with credit cards. Interest rates on those accounts will likely be going up in the coming months. Rob West shares four rules for avoiding high credit card interest rates.
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