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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.
If you have little to no credit history, getting a secured card could help you a lot — or be a terrible decision. Find out if one of these cards is right for you.
Region coding can, in most cases, be removed from your DVD player using a simple remote-control code that unlocks the player.
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Stay-at-home parents are busy, but if you can find a few hours a day, you can earn extra cash. Personal Finance expert Bob Lotich suggests some opportunities.
Jason's family has been earning free travel for over 20 years. These are his favorite travel rewards cards.
In 1939 a group of 200 Harvard undergrads became part of a longterm sociological study. The results, published recently, reveal surprising secrets about joy and wellbeing.
Today we found some great articles on small ways to save big, year-end tax tips, and the best gift cards for the holidays.
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.
From toys to office supplies, choose the frugal goodies in this guide to fill those stockings with great gifts without busting your holiday budget.
A little too generous this holiday season? Get back in the black with these quick debt-busting tips.
The next time you have house guests, follow these suggestions to make the stay easier on both you and your guests.
Your microwave can do a lot more than thaw a frozen cheesecake. Learn how to create 20+ delicious desserts from scratch — and fast.
Bruce Springsteen's music speaks to the trials and tribulations of common folk — often including some hard lessons about money.
Food is a huge part of most families' budgets. Maximize your supermarket spending by using one of these great grocery cash-back cards.
Save hundreds of dollars a year by dropping these useless fees from your life.
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.
You might be tempted to fudge the truth a little when you're interviewing for a job — but these little lies could get you in big trouble.
Ready to take your frugal living beyond the everyday? Try one of these cost cutting strategies that push the boundaries of normalcy.
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.
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