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Credit cards are a powerful financial tool. The more you understand how they work, and their various features, the better they'll work for you. Most credit cards have some fees attached to their use. These may include:

Annual Fee: The charge for having the card (may be billed monthly)

Balance Transfer Fee: This is the fee you are charged when you transfer a balance from one credit card to another. Often one card provider will send you checks in order to pay off another company's card and transfer the balance to their card.

Cash Advance Fee: The charge when you use the card for a cash advance (may be a flat fee or a percentage of the advance).

Click here to listen!Credit Limit Increase Fee: The fee charged if you ask for an increase in your credit card limit.

Late Payment Fee: The fee you are charged if your payment is received after the date it is due.

Over Credit Limit Fee: The fee charged when you exceed your card's credit limit.

Return Item Fee: This fee is charged if you pay your credit card bill by check and the check bounces.

Set-Up Fee: The fee for opening a new credit card account.

To see if any of these fees apply to your credit card account check your credit card agreement, or contact your card provider and ask them. Fees vary from company to company, so make sure you understand which fees apply to your cards.