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Hey, keep up the foolish work. I have just gotten out of debt at the age of 35 and am just now investing through Sharebuiders. Eight dollars
a month, unlimited purchase of stocks. I buy 7; just a good number

The reason I write is to ask you in your experience have you a suggestion on where I might find the best credit card. I mean,
a good interest, no annual fee, no hiddden cost. I have the need
for a credit card and I cant wait to use one knowing that I can
use it foolishly. It will be nice to demonstrate power at being
wise over credit cards.

Hi phileoto!

Congratulations on getting out of debt! That's the biggest accomplishment you can make in your financial life, and you deserve a huge "Woohoo!!" for that.

Now the trick is to "stay" out of debt, of course, and I hope that whichever credit card you get, you pay the bill in full every month--and always on time.

As far as which card to get, that's not a blanket answer. The rates change often, and the best deals one day may not be the best the next. My suggestion to you would be to consider some of the CC companies that people tend to have more praise than criticism for. For example, I'm in the group that's very happy with Citibank. I've also been very satisfied with Chase.

Try checking out what's offered at, as they tend to list the current offers.

Good luck!

...but I still am...

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