Save money with credit card late fee protection
We can’t stand credit card late fees. That’s why all of the credit cards your register with Tally are automatically enrolled in our late fee protection. We know you work hard for your money, which is why Tally guarantees you’ll never pay another late fee.
Tally tracks your due dates
Credit card over limit fees a thing of the past
What else should I know?
How is my minimum payment calculated?
We require you to pay a monthly amount based on how much you borrow from Tally. First, we ask you to repay the minimum payments we made to your credit cards that month. Then, we ask you to pay interest based on your APR. Finally, we ask you to repay 1 percent of the total amount you borrowed from us to ensure you’re making progress toward paying down your Tally balance. Your minimum payment will be at least $25 unless your balance is below $25.
What if I don’t always carry a balance on a card and don’t get charged interest?
This is a good thing. Issuers usually won’t charge you interest as long as you pay your statement balance in full every month. If you always pay in full, Tally won’t be able to save you money on interest charges. To save the most money, we recommend setting these cards to “You Pay” and disabling Tally’s Late Fee Protection if you have a good track record of paying on time. If you know you won’t be able to pay off your statement balance in full, set your card to “Tally Pays.” We’ll take care of your payments.
Why do I need Tally if I pay off my cards in full each month?
You can still add your cards to the Tally app. There aren’t any savings on interest, but you’ll have the benefit of easy, consolidated credit card management. If you add a well-managed card to Tally, it should be set to You Pay. You’re also automatically enrolled in Tally’s late fee protection, where you can enjoy freedom from late fees.