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Credit card companies know that consumers can't resist shiny rewards programs. Learn how to get the rewards, with none of the guilt (or debt!).
Who knew there were such great deals to be found in such small messages? You do, now! Learn how a few minutes on Twitter can help keep your wallet full.
You probably already save with your grocery store's loyalty program. Find out where else you can save (as much as 25%!) just by getting a loyalty card.
For savvy credit card holders, it's a myth that more than one card is irresponsible. Here's what to consider before adding more cards to your wallet.
With competitive rates and all the familiar online banking products and features, Discover Bank is worth considering for your banking needs.
Credit card rewards programs can be hard to maximize, and it's easy to let points slip away. Wrangle your rewards with this trio of smartphone apps.
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.
Do you use credit to manage cash flow fluctuations or to live beyond your means? Here's a simple, practical test for keeping your debt under control.
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Today, we are bringing you some of the best articles about all things credit!
A security breach at a third-party U.S. based processor may have compromised 50,000 Visa and MasterCard cardholders accounts.
Prelude to a national sales tax? Maybe not, but new IRS rules mean credit card companies and online payment processors now must report the transactions they manage.
Today we found some awesome articles on credit card tips to live by, what to do if you hate your job, and road trip money saving tips.
Everything is cheaper at Costco, right? Maybe not. Follow these tips to ensure that you don't waste money at the wholesale store.
Wise Bread writer Sarah Winfrey had a blast when she went on NBC Nightly News to talk about her family's experience reducing credit card usage during the economic crunch.
Regardless of how fiscally cautious and responsible you are as a credit card holder, you may still be curious to know just how much credit card companies know about you through you
The most credit savvy among us have been able to use credit cards to their benefit in order to wisely and optimally save money even while charging on their cards. If you are carefu
I got a notice from one of my credit cards a bit ago, announcing that they were raising the interest rate. It's only of theoretical interest to me, of course--I use credit cards f
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