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    The Best No Interest Credit Cards of Q2 2013


    by EverythingFinance

    It’s tax season and that means you’ve probably been taking a good look at your finances as of late. While tax season is almost over, it might also be a good chance to take a look at your credit cards. As a rule of thumb, you want to pay your credit card balance in full every month, but sometimes unexpected expenses arise such as car problems or medical bills that have the potential to break the bank if you don’t have a line of credit in the form of a credit card to pay for those expenses. If you find yourself in a situation where you need to use a credit card to pay for a large and unexpected expense, it’s a good idea to use a credit card that offers a long introductory period with no interest.