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Getting Rid Of Your Credit Card Debts Once And For All!

A guest post from Joshua Rodriguez – These days, the average American is no stranger to credit card debt. In fact, we love using our credit cards. But, after war and world-wide financial recession, many of us are starting to re-think our decision to use our cards so frequently. The truth is, more and more [...]

Swipe Fees May Start to Cost You

For nearly all my adult life, I’ve been using one sort of Reward Credit Card or another. It’s one thing to get miles you may have a tough time using, and quite another to watch as a 529 college savings account funded with these rewards is on track to pay for a full semester of [...]

Do Businesses Dislike Credit Card Fees… Or Paying Taxes?

A guest post by fellow Personal Finance Blogger, Mike – Back when I was a kid, there was a friend of mine whose family owned a restaurant in town. One day while visiting, I remember hearing the father harp about credit card payments. Was he ranting about the 1-3% surcharge? Nope. He was whining about [...]

An Ides of May Roundup

Let’s start this week with the latest and greatest from my fellow Money Mavens – first Craig Ford explains Mutual Fund Investing Vs. Index Fund Investing. Craig will teach you the important distinctions that can help maximize your investments. Monevator discussed Pay off the mortgage or invest? A well-reasoned, balanced discussion on this topic. The [...]

More on Card Fees

I just wrote about debit card fees a couple weeks back, and my timing couldn’t have been better, although the Times always manages to produce a better chart. This past week the New York Times reported Debit Fee Cut Is Rare Loss for Largest U.S. Banks. The article didn’t specify the exact changes that were [...]

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