Author: Jason Steele
In 2011, it was proven once again that truth is stranger than fiction. If we can learn a few lessons about these bizarre travel stories, perhaps we can reach our destinations without generating new ones.
Your credit card issuer profits off every transaction – even when you donate to a nonprofit. Here’s how to make sure more of your money is getting to the people who need it.
Lost credit card claims climb 19 percent during the holidays. Here are some steps to prevent lost credit cards and what to do when it happens to you.
If you’re a guy shopping for jewelry, you’re right to be nervous. But follow these five steps and your trip to the jewelry store will be a little less intimidating.
Don’t let a bank’s computer get away with a bad decision about your good credit. Give them a call and offer them a good reason to change their mind. If you have a high credit score and a good payment history, they probably will.
These cards have high annual fees, but don’t cut them up until you price them out – they could be worth your while.
It seems there’s one thing Democratic and Republican senators might agree on these days: forcing out-of-state companies to collect sales tax for online purchases. A bill has been proposed, but until it passes, here’s what you can do now to pocket the cash that might otherwise go to the taxman.
Frequent flier programs can change at the whim of the airlines – and rarely in your favor. Here’s how to shield yourself (and your miles) from their devious ways.
When the Card Act of 2009 became law, many predicted that tighter regulations would force banks to increase fees and curtail rewards. Fortunately, the opposite has happened.
The squeaky wheel might get the grease, but the calm complainer gets compensated with free miles or even money.
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