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Hello all,

Now that I've just finished graduate school, have a job, and have become a contributing member of society, I'm searching for a new credit card. Can anyone point me in the direction of a Foolish one? By Foolish I mean one that pays me to use it, like, for example, the Discover card. The Discover card pays 1% back on all purchases after $3000 has been spent -- per year. Considering most credit cards offer only you pay them deals, this isn't too shabby.

I know about some of the airline frequent flyer mile credit cards, and some of the money towards a new car credit cards, but all of the one's i've seen have a yearly fee that makes them not such a good deal for me.

Might anyone be able to tell me where to find or at least be able to start me on the path to finding credit cards that are as Foolish or hopefully even more foolish than the Discover.


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