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  1. Strategies to Avoid Holiday Debt

    Year after year, credit card users continue to incur debt around the holidays. Sometimes they pay their holiday debt off early in the year, but sometimes it drags on for a year or beyond. Overspending during the holidays can result...
  2. 9 Ways to Prepare for Black Friday Shopping

    If you’re going to go shopping on Black Friday — the busiest shopping day of the year that occurs the day after Americans give thanks for what they already have — then you’d better be prepared. The big shopping day...
  3. Test How Savvy You Are on Retirement Needs

    Pop quizzes are never fun, either in school or adulthood. Retirement quizzes don’t get much better, becoming the fiscal equivalent of eating your spinach — no one really likes it but it’s good for you. The MetLife Mature Market Institute...
  4. International Money Transfers Get More Transparent

    Consumers can face some unclear fees when making money transfers across the globe, whether from banks, credit unions or companies that specialize in international money transfers. Fees for such overseas transfers are to be more transparent under new federal rules...
  5. Showing ID When Using Credit Card is a Waste of Time

    Do merchants ask you to show identification when making a credit card purchase? My experiences with credit card purchases have been inconsistent to say the least. Of course, there are reasons for that inconsistency. When a clerk requests some identification,...
  6. How to use Certified Mail Return Receipt

    You’re going to want to use Certified Mail Return Receipt (CMRR) to send most correspondence with a credit reporting agency, collection agency, or creditor. The exception being Goodwill letters, which can be sent with a regular stamp and require no...
  7. How to Pick a Credit Card for Holiday Spending

    Each year, as holiday shoppers flock to retailers, they reach for their credit cards to do their holiday spending. But before the holiday season begins in earnest, credit card users should ask themselves if they are using the best possible...
  8. 7 Things That Could Impact Your Budget in 2013

    Last year was marked with news of a political election, and tax policies surrounded by uncertainty. But with a new year comes a new set of potential financial opportunities — and potential losses for your budget. Here are seven things...

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