10-14-2009 02:51 PM - edited 10-14-2009 05:32 PM
Never too late, Brother Ike!
(Was that a spelling error, or a grammar error? I suppose it was a usage error. Oh dear...)
10-14-2009 04:33 PM
10-14-2009 04:38 PM
Hey, DI, great post, but could you please go back, click the nearly-invisible Options button (they're working on it), choose edit, and insert the URL for the source, where you got the list?
We like to acknowledge our sources. --thanks!
Updated with source.
10-14-2009 04:44 PM
10-14-2009 04:50 PM - edited 10-14-2009 04:50 PM
lol, I thought it looked familiar! thanks
Excellent article about credit cards in the November issue.
Top credit Cards worth holding:
American Express Clear
PenFed Visa Platinum
People's United Banks
Iberiabank Visa Classic
Simmons First Visa Platinum
AMEX Blue Cash
Cap One No Hassle Cash Rewards
Fidelity Rewards AMEX
Schwab Invest First Visa
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