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Just Say ‘No’ to Opening that Store Card

“Would you like to save 10% today by opening a [insert store name here] credit card?” While it may be tempting to open up a card to save money, read through the pros and cons below before taking that new

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Posted in Credit, Credit Report, Debt

What to do after the Equifax Data Breach

Equifax security breach

If you haven’t yet heard, Equifax – one of the 3 major credit reporting agencies – was hacked. Hackers took people’s names, SSN, birthdates, addresses, and some credit card numbers were stolen as well. Verify if You Were Affected Visit

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Posted in Credit, Credit Report, Identity theft

What Should You Do if Your Spouse Can’t Pay His/Her Bills?

This can be a tough situation to work through just because finances are a touchy subject. You both might already be stressed out about finances and now you find out that your spouse has missed payments that you thought were

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Posted in Credit, Debt, Relationships

How NOT to Use Your Credit Cards

I have a credit card that I use every once in a while. This particular credit card company (that shall remain nameless) sent me an email this week explaining four major perks of having this credit card. They even stated

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Posted in Budgeting, Debt, Emergency Savings, Financial Wellness

A Couple’s Guide to Money and Relationships

relationships and money

Do you want to bury your head in the sand when someone brings up the subject about money? While it’s a natural reaction, the unknown will hurt you more than help you…especially in a relationship. It’s necessary if you want

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Posted in Budgeting, Relationships
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