Quickbooks has an amazing credit card, and we know that’s because the company is making a killing selling its cards to consumers.
But it doesn’t get much better than this: You get to earn a lot of points, which can go a long way toward making sure you’re paying off your credit card in full.
But there’s one issue: Quickbooks is only charging a few percent interest on your credit cards, and that’s pretty much a lock for many people.
That means you’re only earning about 10% of your points in the first year.
So how do you maximize your rewards?
Here’s how to maximize your points and get the best bang for your buck.
Save up and get a good credit score.
If you’re a regular reader of this site, you already know that we like to save up for things.
For example, we usually spend our cash on travel, and if we don’t save up enough, we’ll just spend more.
If your credit score is good, you’ll see that the more points you earn, the more your card earns.
So if you earn about $200 per month, your credit scoring will look like this: Your score will increase as your points go up.
It’ll also increase as the cost of credit increases.
So save up to get a high score, and use that to maximize the points you get.
For a good introductory credit card offer, look for a card that’s only earning a few percentage points a month, like 1% or 2%.
If you earn more than that, don’t worry, because you can use that as your base to work toward the higher card rate.
Choose a high-quality card.
If this is your first time using Quickbooks, don