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Never Without My Chase Master Card

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There are many things which come together to make for a successful business enterprise. These things are conveniently divided into four key managerial ...

There are many things which come together to make for a successful business enterprise. These things are conveniently divided into four key managerial
segments or functional areas of business including the production, marketing, human resource development and finance.

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    • ==== ====The Truth About Managing Change:http://blog.pro2sell.com/category/ms-in-finance==== ====I’m a shopaholic. That’s something I should admit off the top. Ever since getting myfirst credit card back in university I couldn’t help but by anything and everything I desired onit. Over the years since, I’ve been through several different credit cards. Lately the one I usethe most is my Chase Master Card mostly because the features and perks are just far better thenany of my other cards.In a given month I might put up to a couple thousand dollars on my Chase Master Card alone.This includes every kind of purchase from dinner at a fast food restaurant to toys for the kids.Unless it is a really small purchase like a news paper or candy bar I almost never use cashanymore. As I figured out a long time ago, for good or for bad, there isn’t really much pointto paying with paper money anymore. While the retailers like it because they get to keep all thecash and do a lot less paperwork because of it, there is no more benefit to me to make thatoutweighs the annoyance of being bogged down with change.On my Chase Master Card I happen to have a great spending limit and perks that reward me forusing their card over other forms of payment. When I first got my card, for instance, there was anintroductory ninety day period where I got six percent back from all of my gas purchases and itdidn’t matter where I went to buy my gas. It was that feature alone that caught my interestand got me to switch over from another bank’s card.Now that the initial ninety day offer is over with I still get discounts on gas. As long as I pay withmy Chase Master card I get three percent off of gas, still at any gas station. The discount is neverimmediate but it appears as a deduction on my statement so it’s worked out before I have topay my bill.What I found out after getting the Chase Master Card is that the discounts they give apply to morethen just filling my tank. While it doesn’t sound as great as six or three percent, there is aone percent rebate on everything else I buy from any other retailer. For someone who spends asmuch as I do, this really adds up to a big savings. Again, it makes me wonder why anyone wouldbother using cash at all these days. When people think I’m odd for using a credit card topay for a ten dollar purchase I just let them know that it all adds up. By the end of a year, using acredit card saves me hundreds of dollars.Other great features Chase Master Cards [http://www.dalecitydispatch.com/category/finance-comments] offer are things like low interest rates and fees. Some of their cards don’t haveany annual fee attached at all. They provide online access to your bill which is a free service onsome of their plans. My friend’s Chase Master Card even gives him insurance on rentalcards when he travels. Naturally he doesn’t like to use cash much either.
    • Christopher M. Luck has an extensive background in working exclusively with chase credit cardsand is now offering his free professional credit card advice[http://www.chasemastercardguide.info/chasemastercardreviews/index.php] to the public. If youare at all interested in Christophers personal finance advice, tips, or secrets, you can visit hisfinance blog [http://www.dalecitydispatch.com/category/finance-comments]Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Christopher_Luck==== ====The Truth About Managing Change:http://blog.pro2sell.com/category/ms-in-finance==== ====