Your statement will include any disclosures related to your account and other important instructions, such as how to mail a payment and what to do if your card is lost or stolen. (Getty Images)
You get it in the mail or your inbox every month, yet you may barely read it. Yes, we’re talking about your credit card statement.
Reviewing your credit card statement is likely one of the last things you want to do with your time. However, if you learn what to look for, it can be an easy way to keep tabs on your account and catch potential problems early.