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Are Banks Still Relevant?
Have you ever wondered if the classic American bank is even necessary these days? Millions have no access to them anyway, courtesy of a battered credit history, job losses and a host of other reasons.It’s interesting because there are a few more trends that are beginning to emerge when it comes to consumers and their finances.
6 Financial Mistakes That Can Haunt You
You save, put money to your retirement and make your credit card payments on time. Here are six common sense rules you might not have incorporated.
How We Charged Our New House on Our Credit Card
Imagine paying off your house within a year. Here’s one family’s unconventional way of living a simpler life that’s brought peace and happiness – along with no credit card debt or mortgage.
New York AG Schneiderman Not for Sale
Politics are often synonymous with “scandal”. For New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, it’s more about doing the right thing – even when the costs are high.
I Spy… Credit Card Usage Habits
Think your buying habits at the grocery store can’t transcend into an online effort of targeting the ads you see while surfing the web? Think again. Both MasterCard and Visa have found a way to do just that.
Your Credit Cards and Debt Ceiling Crisis
We’re all concerned about how the debt ceiling talks in DC will affect our personal finances. Avoid higher APR rates and protect your credit rating with a proactive approach.