Online Alerts a Must for Card Users
Online Alerts a Must for Card Users
on August 9, 2010

Are you using online alerts to avoid over-the-limit fees and prevent fraud? If you’re not, you should!

3 Tips to Avoid the Latest Credit Card Scam
3 Tips to Avoid the Latest Credit Card Scam
on August 9, 2010

Americans recently lost more than $10 million to bogus credit card charges from a single ring of scam artists. If you’re not examining your monthly statements, maybe you were a victim.

Viewer Suggestion to Destroy Debts: Trade in Your Truck
Viewer Suggestion to Destroy Debts: Trade in Your Truck
on August 9, 2010

Brad found an extra $200 a month to pay down debt – and improved his ride at the same time. What could you do to destroy your debts?

8 Reasons You Should Love Credit Cards
8 Reasons You Should Love Credit Cards
on August 5, 2010

Paper or plastic? That used to be what the cashier asked when bagging your groceries. These days the same question could apply about paper money vs credit cards. Here are eight reasons why plastic is the right answer.

Three Steps to Break a Car Lease Without Getting Rear-Ended
Three Steps to Break a Car Lease Without Getting Rear-Ended
on August 4, 2010

What do marriage, the Army and car leasing have in common? Answer: All are much easier to get into than out of.

Is Your State Offering a Tax Holiday?
Is Your State Offering a Tax Holiday?
on August 4, 2010

Here’s a chart that makes it easy to find out if your state is offering to let sales taxes slide for back-to-school and other purchases.

$12.99 HDMI Cables: Great Deal? Nope!
$12.99 HDMI Cables: Great Deal? Nope!
on August 3, 2010

If you’ve ever paid a total of more than $2.30 for an HDMI cable, read this!

10 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Real Estate Agent
10 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Real Estate Agent
on August 2, 2010

If you’re trying to sell a house, the right help is crucial. Here are ten questions you should ask to hire the right real estate agent.

New Rules Could Erase Debt Settlement Industry
New Rules Could Erase Debt Settlement Industry
on July 30, 2010

In a victory for consumers, this October it’s going to be a lot tougher to be in the debt settlement business.

10 Cheap Tips to Heat-Proof Your Ride
10 Cheap Tips to Heat-Proof Your Ride
on July 29, 2010

Your summer vacation plans probably don’t include a stop on the side of the road. Even if you don’t know the difference between your car’s axle and Axel Rose, these 10 tips will help your car beat the summer heat.

Many Card Issuers Not Adequately Disclosing Penalty Rates
Many Card Issuers Not Adequately Disclosing Penalty Rates
on July 29, 2010

Some credit card issuers no longer provide full disclosure of the terms of the penalty rate, or fail to correctly follow disclosure requirements required by the new Federal Reserve rules.

10 Tips to Help You Save $1,000 by Christmas
10 Tips to Help You Save $1,000 by Christmas
on July 27, 2010

The year’s more than half over. If you’re not meeting the savings resolutions you made in January, here are some tips that can help you catch up in time for the holidays.

Cellphone Jailbreakers Set Free
Cellphone Jailbreakers Set Free
on July 26, 2010

Rules just released by the U.S. Copyright Office will for the first time make it legal to “jailbreak” your cell phone or in some cases copy a DVD.

Just the Ticket – Tips to Shop the Ticket Resale Market
Just the Ticket – Tips to Shop the Ticket Resale Market
on July 26, 2010

If you want tickets to a concert, game or other popular event, you’ve got two choices: pay the asking price from the primary seller, or take a chance and try to get a deal from one of many resellers. Here’s how to play the game.

Fast Way to Lose Weight? Lighten Up on Credit Cards
Fast Way to Lose Weight? Lighten Up on Credit Cards
on July 26, 2010

Nearly all fast-food chains now accept plastic. It’s a trend that’s adding to both bottom lines of the chains – and the bottoms of their customers.

Viewer Question: Should I Buy a Variable Annuity?
Viewer Question: Should I Buy a Variable Annuity?
on July 23, 2010

While earning a guaranteed 5% may sound like a great deal today, historically speaking it’s no big deal. If you can lock in 5% for one year, fine. But if you have to enter into a high-cost, long-term insurance contract to get it, it becomes a lot less attractive.

Payday Lenders Dropping Like Flies
Payday Lenders Dropping Like Flies
on July 22, 2010

Arizona is one of many states putting the squeeze on lenders that offer two week loans at up to 400% annualized interest. Is this the beginning of the end for payday lenders?

Financial Reform: Signature Today, But Few Changes Tomorrow
Financial Reform: Signature Today, But Few Changes Tomorrow
on July 21, 2010

The President will sign into law the most sweeping reforms to our nation’s financial system in 75 years, but don’t expect changes overnight.

Wall Street Reform – Vote Over, Studies Just Beginning
Wall Street Reform – Vote Over, Studies Just Beginning
on July 21, 2010

When Congress doesn’t have the either the votes or the chutzpa to make real changes, the studies begin. The financial reform bill orders up 68.

4 Ways You Lose From Financial Reform
4 Ways You Lose From Financial Reform
on July 20, 2010

The recently-enacted financial regulatory reform bill bashes the profitability of banks in numerous ways. Is there any doubt they’ll try to make up for it at your expense?

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