credit card charges
Category: Business and Money > Finance
Asked by: rintin-ga
List Price: $20.00
04 Apr 2004 16:17 PDT
Expires: 04 May 2004 16:17 PDT
Question ID: 325145
is there a type of credit card where I don't have any additional charge, i.e., finance charge, when I pay my bill in full each month?
Re: credit card charges
Answered By: paul_b_18-ga on 04 Apr 2004 16:40 PDT
Hi, Most credit cards include a grace period. A grace period consits of a set number of days. I you pay your outstanding amounts within the grace period, you will usually not be charged any finance charge. Most credit cards have a grace period of 25 days. So if you pay off your credit card bill within 25 days you usually don't have to pay anything else. Some credit cards are completely free; some require an annual fee. At www.federalreserve.gov/pubs/shop/shop.txt you can find a list of credit cards with corresponding annual fees and grace periods (this list was compiled at July 31st 2003 so the data is quite current). It also includes contact information. Remember that APR is the interest rate which you will have to pay over any outstanding amounts after your grace period and wich will amount to a possible financial charge. You would be wise to choose a credit card with a 0 annual fee and a low APR. Ofcourse, there might be other factors which could influence your decision. Search strategy: Google: +"credit card" +"finance charge" I hope you now have enough information. If you need any more, please ask for a clarification! Thank you, paul_b_18
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