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(KSL News) Lots of credit cards offer incentives to customers, but how do you pick the card that will give the most back?
A new Web site, www.creditoffers.com, helps potential customers sort out perks and pick the card that is perfect from them.
The site also helps those who are trying to get credit cards but have a less than perfect financial background.
However, financial analysts warn that no matter what the deal, always read the fine print. "Let's say you have a promotional balance of zero percent for eight months, and you still have a balance after eight months, most credit card companies reserve the right to charge you the full interest of the entire eight months unless the balance is paid off," financial adviser Brian Beck explained.
Beck also says the best rule of thumb with credit cards is to always pay off any balance as soon as possible.