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Understand Your Financial Well-Being

Financial experts always tell people to start saving early if they hope to retire early, and there are ways to save now to get there faster.


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Parents Should Think About Financial Education For Kids

Many parents are doing a lousy job talking to and educating their children about money, and a new survey said they’re not leading by example.


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New Database Tracks Complaints About Credit Card Companies

There’s now a new website that allows consumers to vent about their credit card company and read other customers’ complaints before getting a new card.


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Businesses Set Minimums On Credit Card Purchases

Just because the customer is not carrying cash doesn’t mean the retailer will let him or her use a credit card.


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‘Financial Infidelity’ Is A Slippery Slope For A Marriage

Financial infidelity appears to be on the rise. No matter how close the marriage, apparently there are often secrets around money. A new study suggests it’s mostly women who are financially cheating on their husbands.


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Study: Women Pay More For Credit Cards

Men and women all use the same major credit cards but one gender pays more for the convenience– women.


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Money Saver: Best Credit Cards To Use For The Holidays

CBS4 Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll took a look at what the best cards are for getting cash back on purchases.


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Consumers Looking For A New Credit Card Should Be Careful

Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll says you need to identify your needs and then look for the credit card that best suits your needs.


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Medical Marijuana Patients Find Credit Cards Out

Medical marijuana dispensaries say some credit card companies are refusing to honor credit card purchases because of legal concerns.


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Experts Give Advice On When to Walk Away From A Mortgage

As home values slip below what people owe on their mortgages people are strategically defaulting on their loans. In some cases, experts say it just makes economic sense.




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