Credit Cards vs. Debit Cards: What’s Safer?
Credit Cards vs. Debit Cards: What’s Safer?
on January 9, 2014

After the Target data breach, consumers should know the risks and benefits of debit vs. credit cards to know what they’re getting into when they pay.

11 Things That Will Cost More in 2014
11 Things That Will Cost More in 2014
on January 8, 2014

From beloved foods, beverages and restaurants to cars and smartphones, here are 11 things that will be more expensive in 2014.

Your Old Sofa Can Ruin Your Credit Score
Your Old Sofa Can Ruin Your Credit Score
on January 7, 2014

If you’re not careful, “old sofa syndrome” can wreak havoc on your credit scores. Here’s how to avoid it.

Review: PayPal Prepaid MasterCard by NetSpend
Review: PayPal Prepaid MasterCard by NetSpend
on January 7, 2014

If you’re a frequent user of PayPal, this prepaid debit card has some great features.

5 Myths About Late Payments and Your FICO Scores
5 Myths About Late Payments and Your FICO Scores
on January 2, 2014

Late payments can have a huge impact on your credit scores, but there are many myths about them. We do some myth-busting.

The 5 Most Expensive States for Homeowners Insurance
The 5 Most Expensive States for Homeowners Insurance
on January 1, 2014

Homeowners nationwide paid an average of $978 for insurance in 2011, according to a new report. In some states, people paid a lot more than that.

The 25 Percent Budget Strategy
The 25 Percent Budget Strategy
on December 31, 2013

How can you stretch your stagnant income to cover your expenses? Fortunately, there’s a smart way to approach this task.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in January
The Best and Worst Things to Buy in January
on December 30, 2013

Fitness equipment, tax software and winter apparel are among the items that will see great deals. Not so for next-gen gaming consoles.

5 Signs You’ve Been in a Staged Car Crash
5 Signs You’ve Been in a Staged Car Crash
on December 30, 2013

Don’t get caught up in a common insurance fraud — the fake accident.

You Might Want to Rethink Going Out on New Year’s
You Might Want to Rethink Going Out on New Year’s
on December 27, 2013

It’s no surprise that people are drinking and driving (or walking), but the results are shocking.

Help! I Lost My Gift Card
Help! I Lost My Gift Card
on December 26, 2013

With many gift cards, if someone steals it and uses it up, you’re out of luck. But sometimes you do have options.

Facing Holiday Debt? 5 Ways to Earn Extra Cash
Facing Holiday Debt? 5 Ways to Earn Extra Cash
on December 25, 2013

The beauty of most of these jobs is that you might be able to work them into an already busy schedule.

How the Grinch Steals Christmas: He Tracks Your Kid Online
How the Grinch Steals Christmas: He Tracks Your Kid Online
on December 25, 2013

If adults can’t resist posting their whereabouts on social media, you know teenagers can’t. How do you get your kid to be a little more private in public?

After-Christmas Sales: Expect Especially Good Deals This Year
After-Christmas Sales: Expect Especially Good Deals This Year
on December 24, 2013

Just as Black Friday sales now begin on Thanksgiving, expect post-Christmas sales to begin on Christmas Eve day.

The Santa Index 2013: Santa’s Duties Worth Almost $138,000
The Santa Index 2013: Santa’s Duties Worth Almost $138,000
on December 23, 2013

Some of those surveyed said Santa doesn’t deserve any pay at all and should donate his time. Bah humbug.

5 Creative Ways to Give Cash for Christmas
5 Creative Ways to Give Cash for Christmas
on December 19, 2013

We searched for the best and most thoughtful ways to give cash for Christmas. Here are five that are especially memorable.

What to Expect From Super Saturday Sales
What to Expect From Super Saturday Sales
on December 18, 2013

Super Saturday sales may lack luster when it comes to adult presents, but the weekend is a prime time for discounts on toys and video games.

Why You Should Get Your Kid an iPad for Christmas
Why You Should Get Your Kid an iPad for Christmas
on December 17, 2013

This year you should seriously consider giving your kid an iPad for Christmas — not for his or her sake, but for your own.

Review: BankAmericard Travel Rewards Credit Card
Review: BankAmericard Travel Rewards Credit Card
on December 17, 2013

This generous travel rewards card has the added attraction of no annual fee.

How 6 Families Went Gift-Free for Christmas
How 6 Families Went Gift-Free for Christmas
on December 16, 2013

Some families celebrate the holidays, but do so without exchanging gifts. Could you have gift-free holidays? Families tell how and why they do it.

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