[Ep. 72] How to Keep It Simple with Your Credit Cards with David Rubenstein

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david-rubensteinThis is by far the most in-depth episode about credit cards I’ve ever done, so I hope that’s is exactly what you’re looking for! For this episode, I chat with credit card expert David Rubenstein from CreditShout and CreditForums and we get into all the important stuff you should know about credit.

Now, we cover a lot of ground in this episode, but I an important thing I wanted to reiterate is the importance of checking your credit report once per year. In Canada, you can get free reports from Equifax Canada and Transunion Canada. In the U.S., you can get free credit reports from Experian, TransUnion and Equifax. Not only is this a way to help prevent against identity theft, it’s just a good way to keep on top of your credit.

For more useful tips, tricks and info, check the resources below!

Helpful Posts on CreditShout

What Kind of Card Does David Use?

I was interested to hear that even though David has such a vast knowledge of all the credit card sign-up offers and benefits around, he doesn’t play the credit card churning game at all. Instead, he just keeps it simple and uses a 2% cashback credit card.

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