Supercharge Your Computer Productivity for Less
Supercharge Your Computer Productivity for Less
on November 22, 2011

Don’t spend hundreds of dollars on a new computer until you try upgrading the one you’ve got. Here are six tips that will help.

6 Ways to Avoid Sneaky Hotel Fees
6 Ways to Avoid Sneaky Hotel Fees
on November 21, 2011

Whether it’s in the air or on the ground, the fight against fees is shaping up to be an eternal struggle. Use these tactics to push back against fee-focused hotels.

The 5 Best Ways to Make More Money
The 5 Best Ways to Make More Money
on November 18, 2011

Could you use a little extra cash for the holidays? Here’s a quick list of places to look…

How to Pick the Perfect Credit Card
How to Pick the Perfect Credit Card
on November 18, 2011

With banks fiercely competing for your business, you can choose the best credit card to help you get out of debt or to earn rewards – but not both.

5 More Steps to a Lower Cell Phone Bill
5 More Steps to a Lower Cell Phone Bill
on November 17, 2011

With sophisticated smartphones and expensive data plans, it’s more important than ever to rein in your family’s cell phone bills.

3 Lessons From Travel Reward Gurus
3 Lessons From Travel Reward Gurus
on November 16, 2011

Last month, there was a secretive convention of unconventional travel experts. Here’s what you can learn from these eccentric folks.

Free Holiday Cash From American Express and MasterCard
Free Holiday Cash From American Express and MasterCard
on November 16, 2011

Want some free cash? Register your credit cards at a couple of websites, fulfill the simple terms of their promotions, and you could be $45 richer.

7 Credit Card Mistakes the Experts Never Make
7 Credit Card Mistakes the Experts Never Make
on November 10, 2011

Credit cards are valuable tools, but they’re also misunderstood. Here’s advice from someone who eats, sleeps, and breathes credit cards.

3 Kinds of Insurance You Probably Don’t Need
3 Kinds of Insurance You Probably Don’t Need
on November 7, 2011

Insurance can mean peace of mind and money in times of trouble. But don’t let some salesperson sell you insurance you probably didn’t even know existed before they pushed it on you.

5 Reasons to Move to a Web-Only Bank – and 3 Reasons You Might Not Want To
5 Reasons to Move to a Web-Only Bank – and 3 Reasons You Might Not Want To
on November 4, 2011

With many Americans wanting to throw bricks at brick-and-mortar banks, maybe it’s time you consider an Internet-only bank.

5 Reasons Not to Apply for Department Store Credit Cards
5 Reasons Not to Apply for Department Store Credit Cards
on November 3, 2011

What do you say when a cashier asks you if you want to apply for the store’s credit card? First, you should say, “Maybe.” Then you should do the math.

Which is Better: House or Condo?
Which is Better: House or Condo?
on November 3, 2011

By properly understanding the benefits and drawbacks of condominium life, you can make the right decision when it comes time to buy your next property.

10 Ways to Ace Your Next Job Interview
10 Ways to Ace Your Next Job Interview
on November 2, 2011

Job interviewing is not like riding a bike. You CAN forget how to do it. Here are the top 10 tips for making a good first impression.

The Agriturismo Experience: An Affordable Vacation on an Italian Farm
The Agriturismo Experience: An Affordable Vacation on an Italian Farm
on November 1, 2011

Italian vacations are among the most romantic. But who can afford them nowadays? You can, if you think with your stomach and not just your heart.

A Mortgage Primer: 3 Traps and 3 Tips
A Mortgage Primer: 3 Traps and 3 Tips
on October 28, 2011

Getting a mortgage is the biggest financial decision most of us are likely to make in our lifetime. Here’s how to avoid the biggest mistakes.

5 Credit Card Loopholes for Rental-Car Insurance – and One Great Option
5 Credit Card Loopholes for Rental-Car Insurance – and One Great Option
on October 27, 2011

Rental-car insurance is a confusing minefield of options and exclusions. Here’s how to make sure you’re covered without getting gouged.

6 Ways to Keep Airlines from Losing Your Bags – and 4 Tips if it Happens Anyway
6 Ways to Keep Airlines from Losing Your Bags – and 4 Tips if it Happens Anyway
on October 26, 2011

While you are powerless to prevent lost or damaged baggage, there is something you can do to make sure that your bags are eventually found or repaired, and that you are properly reimbursed.

How to Save Big With an Alternative to Big-Screen TVs
How to Save Big With an Alternative to Big-Screen TVs
on October 25, 2011

Should you buy the latest flat-screen TV? Or should you consider a projection TV instead? Here are the pros and cons.

9 Low-Stress and Low-Cost Ways to Fly With Your Toddler
9 Low-Stress and Low-Cost Ways to Fly With Your Toddler
on October 24, 2011

Traveling with your young children doesn’t have to be an ordeal. The trick is in the preparation – and learning from other parents who have been there.

Chargeback: Your Secret Weapon Against Unscrupulous Merchants
Chargeback: Your Secret Weapon Against Unscrupulous Merchants
on October 20, 2011

If you think consumers have no rights, you’ve never heard about “chargebacks.” All you need is a credit card and proof that a merchant isn’t delivering what they promised.

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