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Slow your spending with cash?
Try using cash instead of debit and credit cards to see how much money you can save.
Best way to pay down $50K debt?
Paying the minimum amount could leave you in debt forever. Here's the way to pay it off feasibly.
National credit card rates for May 21, 2015
Here are the average credit card rates from Bankrate's weekly survey of large banks and thrifts.
5 lessons from celebrity data breaches
Celebs -- they're just like us! Don't get hacked like J-Law and Jay Z did.
5 perks of a great travel rewards credit card
Live the globetrotting lifestyle, or visit family often? Be sure you have the right rewards card.
Getting unsecured card after bankruptcy
Rebuilding your credit will take time, but there are some ways to get started on the right path.
Will credit-limit increase hurt my score?
A credit limit increase might actually help your credit score. Here's why.
Is closing a credit card good or bad?
Canceling a credit card can impact your credit score in these four ways.
Ways thieves steal credit card data
Your credit card data can be stolen in a matter of seconds. Here's what you should watch out for.
10 states with the most credit card debt
Which state is No. 1? It'll take people there 11 years to pay off credit card debt.
10 states with the least credit card debt
Congrats, Mississippi! You have the least credit card debt. Who else makes the list?
Who sees your credit card information?
When you swipe your card, your info makes many stops before hitting your bank account.
Does purchase protection cover bad catering?
Can't stomach the bad food you received? Your credit card may not make you swallow the bill.
5 dire warnings for a credit card co-signer
Agreeing to co-sign for a loved one may feel good, but it's a really stupid idea.
Should I get a credit card for emergencies?
A new credit card can be helpful in a pinch, if you use it properly.
Credit card rates for March 5, 2015
Credit card rates were mixed this week.
Carry a balance on 0 percent interest card?
It's tempting to revolve a balance on a zero interest card, but it could hurt your credit score.
Options for paying your tax bill
If you owe the IRS, you have several options for paying. But watch the fees.
Credit Hack: Pay off remaining holiday debts
Hurry up and pay off that holiday debt so you can keep your credit score in check.
How to avoid foreign-transaction fees
When traveling, which is better: charging your credit card in dollars or local currency?
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