5 Ways to Boost Your Retirement Savings

Personal Finance

5 Ways to Boost Your Retirement Savings

5 Ways to Boost Your Retirement Savings

Even if you haven’t yet entered the working world, you can probably assume you will want to retire and some point. While most Americans have similar goals for a debt-free, affordable post-working life, you might not realize how much work (outside the office) it takes to get there. You probably are not saving enough, or… Read More

5 Ways You’re Accidentally Wrecking Your Credit

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5 Ways You’re Accidentally Wrecking Your Credit

5 Ways You’re Accidentally Wrecking Your Credit

It’s one thing to knowingly make decisions that hurt your credit score. We’ve all been there, and sometimes tough decisions must be made. But it’s an entirely different situation to accidentally wreck your credit. In some cases, we make decisions without realizing the impact on our credit. In other cases we may know that certain… Read More

A Fraudster’s Weapon of Choice: Your Phone

Identity Theft

A Fraudster’s Weapon of Choice: Your Phone

A Fraudster’s Weapon of Choice: Your Phone

Phones are one of the few things people keep close by at nearly all times, and there are millions of people and companies using that to their advantage, including criminals. Phone calls are increasingly the most common way fraudsters contact potential victims — more than email or other online scams combined — according to a… Read More

How to Use Your Tax Refund to Build Credit

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How to Use Your Tax Refund to Build Credit

How to Use Your Tax Refund to Build Credit

Do you look forward to tax time? For some, it’s exciting because you know you’ll get a refund. It’s found money, like that $20 bill you find in the pocket of a coat you haven’t worn in a long time. But what to do with found money? Usually our thoughts go to all the cool… Read More

Costco’s New Visa Credit Card: Here’s What We Know

Credit Cards

Costco’s New Visa Credit Card: Here’s What We Know

Costco’s New Visa Credit Card: Here’s What We Know

Costco on Monday announced agreements with Citi and Visa to replace American Express as the exclusive co-branded credit card issuer and credit card network in its U.S. warehouse stores. The 16-year-old relationship between Costco and American Express expires March 31, 2016, so shoppers won’t begin to experience the effect of this change until next year. At… Read More

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