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5 Money-Saving Questions to Ask Your College Financial Aid Officer

Chip away at college costs with questions that every parent should ask a college financial aid officer.

Credit Card Consumers Don’t Care About Fees, Rewards – And Card Providers Are Cleaning Up

Due primarily to confusing card contracts, credit card customers are missing out on rewards, and paying big fees.

Too Many Americans Are Uninterested, Under Invested In Retirement

U.S. retirement savers are losing ground financially - and it's their own fault.

Are New Bank Chip Cards Safe? Financial Experts Aren’t So Sure

U.S. banks are rolling out what they deem to be more "secure" credit cards. Should consumers believe them?

Retirement Savers Are Losing Ground Financially - And It's Their Own Fault

Too many Americans are uninterested, under invested in retirement.

Why Don’t Young Investors Trust Financial Advisors?

Many younger retirement savers aren't looking for help with financial advisors, and here's why.

If You Have Poor Credit, This Common Household Bill Doubles

Don't let bad credit hike this common expenditure.

Millennials and Money: Why Don’t Young Investors Trust Financial Advisors?

Many younger retirement savers aren't looking for help with financial advisors, and here's why.

Give Your Kids An Allowance -- It Makes Them Money Smart

Having an allowance arrangement with your child has multiple advantages - especially in making them money savvy.

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.

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