Is Your Credit Card Interest Rate Too High?

Nobody likes paying credit card interest, and as unsecured debt, credit cards will typically have higher interest rates than other types of loans such as a mortgage or a car loan. And unlike a mortgage or a student loan, credit card interest is never tax-deductible. Therefore, it can be very

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9 Money-Saving Tricks Grocery Stores Don’t Want You to Know

Grocers often spend countless time and resources researching to know how you shop and then may use this data to get you to buy more. I’ve figured out some of these tactics – you may want to read them before you shop so you don’t fall victim to spending more than you intended. 1. Purchase Limits

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College Students Are Actually Pretty Good With Credit Cards

When people think of credit cards and college students, they don’t often conjure up an image of a responsible young adult, either because of stereotypes they’ve been exposed to or their own negative experiences. In reality, college students generally do a decent job managing their credit cards –

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The Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card & Its $1,500 Sign-On Bonus Are Here

Remember that new premium travel credit card we reported on last week? The one with the massive $1,500 sign-on bonus? Well, prospective cardholders can now apply. Chase has officially launched its Sapphire Reserve. The new travel credit card touts a laundry list of perks, including a standard

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