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Subprime Borrowers Should Apply for That Credit Card Now

It's a great time to grab a new credit card, even for consumers with weak credit.

Does Closing Out a Credit Card Really Damage Your Credit Score?

There's an art form in closing a credit card - you don't want it to hurt your credit.

Gridiron Games: How To Cut the Spiraling Costs Of Fantasy Football

Football season is about to kick off, but too many fantasy football players kick in too much cash to play.

Five Great Discount Back-to-School Retail Websites

Buying back-to-school goods online can save you up to 70% - if you know where to look.

Need Some Quick Cash? Get Cracking With These Handy Tips

If you're in dire need of a quick cash infusion, think creatively, and act decisively. Try these practical options.

What Do Women Breadwinners Want? Retirement Planning Help, Among Other Things

Female breadwinners are on the rise, as so is the anxiety among women as heads of the household.

Brutal Common Career Mistakes That Lead Straight to the Unemployment Line

There's a short list of workplace transgressions that can cost you your job - so know them cold.

Average U.S. Consumer Credit Score Is 695 – Here Are 5 Ways To Get Yours Above 800

Americans' credit scores are on the rise, but here are tips to do even better.

Can E-Books Lessen the College Textbook Budget Burden?

College course material prices are on the rise, so students and parents need to write a new chapter in their purchases. Call it textbook economics.

There’s Only One Option When Choosing Between Funding College Or Retirement

Nine out of ten experts agree - saving for retirement trumps any family college fund.

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