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Credit & Debt
Tackle the money boogeymen – investing, debt, wills, taxes and budgeting — one easy step at a time.
Read the popular press, and it’s easy to believe our credit scores must be constantly tweaked and monitored to keep us alive. It’s a credit score, people, not an ICU patient.
The government warns that fraudsters are targeting people as they await their new, more secure credit cards. Here’s how to protect yourself.
The recipe for holiday sanity: Plan, save and front-load the work, starting now, so that when the festivities start you can enjoy them.
You’ll be “dipping” instead of “swiping,” among other details, but the changeover is expected to make your cards far less vulnerable to fraud.
This week: A new way around the traditional credit score, the meaning of “financial wellness,” globe trotting on credit-card rewards and what “President Trump” would do for your wallet.