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Simple Tricks to Reign in your Impulse Spending

Stores get us to buy without even thinking, and we all fall for it. Learn how they do it and take back control over impulse...

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Get to Know Your Debt Enemies

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the...

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Debt: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

It’s true that DEBT is a four-letter word, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad word every time it’s used. With the exception of a...

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More Than the Minimum

You’ve been making your monthly credit card payments, but you just can’t ever seem to get ahead. Sound familiar? For consumers,...

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Tidying Up Your Financial Life

An accountant will tell you paying off credit card debt will do wonders for your financial health. Let’s face it, it can do...

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Trust Your Debt Management to an Expert

Finding someone to turn to when you’re overwhelmed by debt can be challenging. At one of your most vulnerable moments, you need...

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A Healthy Take on Debt Stress

That big “Total Balance” line on your credit card statement may not be the only price you pay when drowning in debt. In a recent...

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Five Ways to Lower Stress Before Bedtime

It’s a given that struggling to pay off credit card debt can seriously stress you out, although you don’t need an expert to tell...

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How to Rebuild Your Credit Score 

There are all kinds of upsides to getting yourself out from under credit card debt: less anxiety, reduced stress, creative ways...

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Navigating Credit Card Offers

Make sure your credit card works for you, not the other way around. But what kind of card? What about the annual percentage rate...

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