NextAdvisor.com Launches Credit Card Guide

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NextAdvisor.com is launching a new guide comparing a variety of different credit cards provided by American Express, JP Morgan Chase, Citibank and Discover Card. This guide is intended to help educate customers about how to determine which credit card is the logical choice for their particular financial situation. Now that the guide has launched, NextAdvisor.com intends to continue expanding its credit card coverage to include more categories and more credit card providers.

Consumers that select a credit card that has earned our editor's choice designation can be assured that they have chosen one of the best credit cards that we have reviewed

NextAdvisor.com, the trusted, independent source for comparing the most valuable Internet services, is launching a new comparison of credit cards. This new credit card comparison includes reviews of a variety of different credit cards provided by American Express, JP Morgan Chase, Citibank and Discover Card.

"Our goal in launching the credit card comparison on NextAdvisor.com is to educate consumers about how to make sense of credit card term agreements and help people determine which credit card is the logical choice for their unique situation," said NextAdvisor.com Associate Editor Caitlin Podiak. "We wanted to help readers make informed and responsible decisions when it comes to selecting the right credit card for their personal financial situation."

The credit card comparison is based off of hundreds of hours of detailed analysis by the NextAdvisor.com editorial team. Each credit card was evaluated primarily based on the interest rates, various fees and rewards program, if any. Any other unique features were also considered. The reviews are broken down into categories that should better enable consumers to select the best credit card for their particular needs and goals. So far, these categories include l ow APR credit cards, cash back rewards credit cards, travel rewards credit cards, gas rewards credit cards, credit cards with points programs, and balance transfer credit cards.

NextAdvisor.com's credit card comparison also includes an editor's choice section which lists the top rated credit card in each card type category. Those that are unsure of exactly which type of credit card that they want or need can visit the editors choice section in order to view the best overall credit cards based off of NextAdvisor.com's ratings. "Consumers that select a credit card that has earned our editor's choice designation can be assured that they have chosen one of the best credit cards that we have reviewed," said Podiak.

Now that the credit card guide has launched, NextAdvisor.com intends to continue expanding its credit card coverage to include more categories and more credit card providers. This expansion will include credit cards with benefits tailored for college students and sub-prime credit cards which can help those consumers looking to rebuild their damaged credit.

"We believe that more information is almost always better," said Podiak. "In compiling our credit card comparison and reviews, we attempted to go above and beyond the resources that are already available to consumers."

The NextAdvisor.com credit card comparison is available for free by visiting:

http://www.nextadvisor.com/credit_cards/index.php

About NextAdvisor.com:
NextAdvisor.com is the trusted, independent source for comparing the most valuable consumer services. The company's mission is to help consumers save money and improve their lives by presenting them with useful comparisons and reviews of service providers and a clear explanation of each service and how it works. The company currently reviews, compares and explains many different types of services including credit report and monitoring, identity theft protection, voice over IP, diet plans, DVD rental and movie download, online education, online tax preparation and online backup. Learn more at http://www.nextadvisor.com.

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