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  1. 7 Tips for staying debt-free

    7 Tips for staying debt-free

    Being 100% debt-free is a worthy dream. However, lifestyle inflation and external pressures can make it difficult to stay out of debt once you’ve paid it down. If you’ve recently become debt-free, follow these tips to prevent racking up a balance all over again.

  2. 8 Credit Card Considerations When Traveling Internationally

    8 Credit Card Considerations When Traveling Internationally

    Before you begin planning for your first overseas trip, however, it helps to know how credit cards factor in. You should absolutely bring one with you — and maybe even more than one — but there’s more to planning your trip than simply packing a credit card in your wallet before you hit the road.

  3. Lowe’s Advantage Card Review

    Lowe’s Advantage Card Review

    If you spend a lot of money on home improvement supplies at Lowe’s, you may be wondering if the Lowe’s Advantage Card is worth signing up for. This card gives you 5% off all purchases made with your account in the store, after all. This generous discount could easily lead to thousands of dollars in savings over time depending on how much you spend in the store.

  4. Easiest Store Credit Cards to Get

    Easiest Store Credit Cards to Get

    If you’re just starting out and looking for ways to build a positive credit history, a store credit card may be exactly what you need. Store cards are much like regular credit cards, except that they are meant to be used with a single retailer — or a collection of partner retailers.

  5. How Do Credit Scores Vary by Age and Region?

    How Do Credit Scores Vary by Age and Region?

    Most people don’t realize how important their credit score is until it’s time to purchase a home, finance a car, or borrow money for any other reason. It’s always smart to know your current credit score, as well as the steps you can take to improve it.


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