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If you need to pay off credit card debt, having a card with a low interest rate can help immensely. Here are your best options.
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.
Tell us how you save money on Valentine's Day and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
Americans used to be so good at basic skills — like saving money. Things have gone a bit downhill since the 1950s.
The library isn't just a building full of old books. You can have a whole lotta fun there — for free!
Can a low FICO score damage your shot at your dream job? Yes and no. Learn what a potential boss can see in your credit report.
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.
There's no need to struggle right out of school if you land one of these high paying entry level jobs.
Even when you aren't applying for a credit card or loan, your credit score can be affected by a variety of actions — even forgetting to return your library books.
Refinancing to a lower mortgage may sound like a no-brainer, but if you're close to retirement, consider these complications.
Rental car expenses can eat a big chunk out of your vacation budget. Save more for the rest of the trip with some easy cost cutters.
On Valentine's Day, you want to show your loved ones how much they mean to you. Just watch out for these common, Cupid-themed money traps.
You know bringing your own lunch can save you tons — but bleh. Make your midday meal a real reward and you'll win twice.
Too often higher education comes with empty promises and hefty bills. Learn to spot and avoid these money traps.
Valentine's Day can end up costing you a pretty penny. Luckily, we have 104 ways to make this year the cheapest and sweetest Valentine's Day ever.
These 10 restaurants have it all — great food, scenic locations, and one shockingly large bill at the end.
Generally speaking, debt is bad. But sometimes taking on debt is unavoidable — and can actually be good for you.
Having a baby might seem like a never-ending money suck, but there are easy ways to save money in your baby's first year.
This is my story of shock, anger, and finally disgust at the practices of netSpend.
You may be saving on your monthly telecom bill with that old timey flip-phone, but you're also missing out on a lot of other ways to save.
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