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CK Editors’ Tips††: Balance transfer credit cards allow you to move your existing credit card debt to a new card, where you can pay it off with a lower interest rate. If you develop a plan for repayment, these cards can be a great way to manage debt.
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Updated August 11, 2022
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Louis DeNicola is a personal finance writer and has written for American Express and Discover.
Written by: Louis DeNicola
Do you carry a balance on your credit cards? If you do, how much interest are you paying?
Rather than pay interest on your credit card debt or juggle multiple payments each month, you may be able to transfer high-interest debt to a single credit card by doing a balance transfer.
Here are our choices for the best balance transfer cards.