Paying your bills late can hurt you with late fees and surcharges. Moreover, if you pay early, you can get some serious discounts. Learn more.
Some businesses will try to slip unfair fees onto your bill. Watch for these extras on your statements to be certain you're only paying what you owe.
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As part of introducing the new $100 that'll come out in February, the US Treasury is producing a video podcast, and the current episode is on spotting counterfeit notes.
Your water heater can account for 13% of home energy costs. The good news is that there are small, easy tweaks you can make to lower those costs and conserve energy at the same ti
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CNN predicted a 22% increase in the cost
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Credit card companies are all kinds of evil. I know it, you know it. Now Congress knows it. [more]
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