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I asked four financial advisers about what credit cards they keep in their wallet.
Their top picks reflect a range of credit card philosophies.
For example, several said they pay an annual fee for rewards cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card and the Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card.
Another adviser sticks to no-annual-fee cards like the Citi® Double Cash Card.
See Business Insider’s list of the best rewards credit cards you can get »

These days, there are so many credit cards to choose from, each with its own rewards tiers, annual fee structure, and selection of benefits. The upsides of earning cash back, points, or miles can be clear, but choosing the best card for you can be less straightforward.

To help you navigate your options, I asked four financial advisers what credit cards they keep in their wallet and why. After all, financial advisers are great resources for retirement planning, taxes, and debt management, so it follows that they’d know a thing or two about the best cards to use for your everyday spending,See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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