While 1.5% might be the standard in cash-back credit cards, a select few have entered an exclusive club: the 2% cash-back credit card. Getting a flat 2% cash back or more on everything you buy with your credit card is extremely valuable, especially for those who care about simplicity. Some people don’t want to manage... Gregory Karp is a writer at NerdWallet.

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