I need to make it explicitly clear that my previous comment constitutes the single biggest shitpost I’ve ever written as part of the kinja commentariat. While sad, I’d completely understand if it’s grounds for me getting re-grayed. I am deeply remorseful for my actions, and can assure you that that is not in my heart. Read more
Reading comprehension is so 1990s, Melissa!
I think the card itself looks pretty cool and would have contemplated getting one but the 1% cash back when you use the actual card is a deal breaker. I know I reached “you darn kids get off my lawn” status a while back with technology but I just don’t want to pay for things with my phone.
Eh, I’ll stick with my Fidelity 2% cash back on everything and I just have it all go into my kids 529 college fund.
That’s the real disappointment. 2 percent back on every Apple Pay purchase is pretty good, actually, provided you get some sort of sign-up bonus like you would on most of these cards discussed above. Citi Double Cash, for instance, gives you 0% interest on balance transfers for 18 mos if you open a new card account.
If you’re looking for guidance on just what info to share, might I recommend pretending you are buying a home together... man, doing that process with my partner left us realizing that there were no secrets anymore. Bank statements, tax returns, 401k balances, credit scores. I knew his financial details as well as I… Read more