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Articles in October 2018

  1. 5 Differences Between Charge Cards and Credit Cards

    5 Differences Between Charge Cards and Credit Cards

    What type of card you have is important. It affects how much you owe each month, what you’ll pay in fees, and how much you can spend. When deciding whether to open a credit card or a charge card, it’s important to keep these differences in mind to ensure you make the right choice for you.

  2. How to Use a Personal Loan to Launch a Freelance Business

    How to Use a Personal Loan to Launch a Freelance Business

    Many new freelancers and business owners go through the same thing. They have trouble getting the money they need because they’re so new. If you are entering into the world of freelancing and are needing the extra funds to be successful, learn more about how a personal loan might be best for you.

  3. What is the Best Discover Credit Card?

    What is the Best Discover Credit Card?

    If you’re in the market for a new credit card this year and think a Discover card could meet your needs, it helps to gain an understanding of each card’s unique value proposition. This guide breaks down the benefits of each card as well as who it’s good for.

  4. 7 Ways to Save Money this Halloween

    7 Ways to Save Money this Halloween

    If you love all things spooky and creepy, you’re excited by the fact that Halloween is just around the corner. However, it can quickly derail your budget.Instead, follow these seven tips to save money on Halloween candy, costumes, and decor.

  5. Worried About Your Identity? Now You Can Freeze Your Credit for Free

    Worried About Your Identity? Now You Can Freeze Your Credit for Free

    While many people have kept an eye on their credit by signing up for free credit monitoring or paying for an identity protection service like LifeLock, there has been another option on the table for some time now — freezing your credit. Through a credit freeze, Americans have had the opportunity to stall their credit and make it unavailable to anyone who tries to open an account in their name.

  6. What’s the Best Way to Avoid Bank Overdraft Fees?

    What’s the Best Way to Avoid Bank Overdraft Fees?

    When it comes to choosing a bank, there are several ways to keep costs at a minimum while scoring valuable benefits. You can opt for a bank that offers free checking, high interest savings account options, or online banking perks that make paying bills or making deposits easy, for example.


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