Online Finds: Save Money When You Say 'Charge It!'

April 1, 1997

Have you ever had a hard time figuring out whether a lower interest rate is worth a higher annual credit card fee? Wonder no more. Check out for a calculator that will help you compare credit card terms. The site was developed by SmartCalc, a Tucson, Ariz.--based company that creates calculators for World Wide Web sites.

Simply fill in the introductory rates, regular rates, and annual fees for each card, and the calculator will determine which one will save you more money over a three-year period.

This Old House

If you market and sell historic properties, visit the National Trust for Historic Preservation at Click on Preserving Communities on the front page, then on Marketing and Selling a Historic Home, and you'll find information on the Trust's Historic Real Estate Program and its benefits, which include credit toward state real estate license continuing education requirements in some states. And if you don't mind waiting while your computer downloads pictures, click on Treasures in Trouble to see 11 sites that the trust considers "America's Most Endangered and Historic Places."

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