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If you're fighting to reduce your credit card debt, a balance transfer card can be a powerful tool. Read this list to find the best card for you.
Need an easy way to get cash back for your shopping habit? Yep, there's an app for that.
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Jason's family has been earning free travel for over 20 years. These are his favorite travel rewards cards.
Debt collectors sometimes have a few sneaky tricks up their sleeve. Beat them to the punch by knowing your rights.
If you're responsible with your credit, a rewards credit card can be a nice perk -- free stuff! If you don't want to bother with points programs, choose a cash rewards card.
If you have no or a bad credit history, getting a secured card could help you build or rebuild your credit score. Find out if one of these cards is right for you.
The number of Americans happy in retirement plummets each year. Avoid that fate and enjoy your golden years to the max.
Investing seems so risky — and complicated. It really isn't, though, if you stick to the basics.
The clean, fresh look of a minimalist home is so appealing. Why make it just fantasy? Get purging!
Deep money lessons can be found in the most unlikely places — even the dojo.
Looking to master those beachy waves and keep your skin sunburn-free this summer? These beauty hacks will help.
Have great credit? Then you have an opportunity to get high-reward credit cards that offer 2% or more cash back, double points, and more.
Having a green thumb is not only a great skill to have — it can also save you big bucks!
We all know saying "thank you" is polite. But true gratitude can actually make your finances (and life!) a little sunnier.
Bad credit will cost you more for insurance and loans, and may close some opportunities altogether. Learn how to rebuild a poor credit rating to an excellent one.
With home prices appreciating nicely these days, you may be tempted to invest in residential real estate. Here's what you need to know.
The Depression was a dark time in America's history, but it did yield some incredible tips for surviving on a budget and saving money.
Lots of frugal living advice is for couples and families, but anyone can cut costs dramatically while living alone, too — no roommate required!
You really, really want it... and oh, that credit offer just looks so tempting! But be forewarned — you'll regret it if you buy it.
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