midareff wrote:I have the PenFed 5% gas card and receive a 5% statement credit automatically every month before the autopay date. Just perfect IMHO.
Bob's not my name wrote:The government can be so disappointing.The new rule says plans can offer either a grace period or the $500 rollover, but they cannot offer both.
kenyan wrote:This is southern CA, where there are no basements, tiny/nonexistent yards, and small garages that most people use as storage rooms.
leonard wrote:I always cover up the guitars - and anything else they might possible decide to scratch something. So, should probably ensure the Les Paul and Fender are hidden away from the little guy.
letsgobobby wrote:Does your cat catch mice?
Spirit Rider wrote:Note: You are paying $75 for an extra 3%, the annual fee free version gives you 3% at grocery stores.
It still makes sense for the OP, but the benefit is $6000 * 0.03 = $180 - $75 annual fee = $105 rewards/yr.
TomatoTomahto wrote:I might have missed this, but does a CD keep the gas % at 5%, or just avoid the $25 fee?
coachz wrote:Seems to me like 1% return is -1.5% real return in a 2.5% inflation rate economy. How is that a good idea ?