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Articles in November 2023

  1. Thrifty Tips for Maximizing Free Shipping

    Thrifty Tips for Maximizing Free Shipping

    One often-overlooked gem that can significantly impact your overall cost when shopping online is the magic phrase: Free Shipping. CreditSoup's Thrifty Thursday tip this week talks about looking for retailers that offer free shipping to cut down on costs.

  2. 7 Ways to Save Money on Holiday Shopping

    7 Ways to Save Money on Holiday Shopping

    The holiday season is upon us, which means you’re likely shopping for gifts, decor, and other trimmings. The cost of holiday shopping can quickly cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars, derailing your financial goals and wrecking your budget.

  3. Enjoy More Variety with Venmo

    Enjoy More Variety with Venmo

    Venmo was built for its users to send and request money from other users, but now you can use Venmo to pay for goods and services. That’s right, Venmo now offers a Credit Card. The new Venmo Credit Card lets you earn custom cash back to send, spend or even to auto-purchase the crypto of your choice from your Venmo account. Read more about it here, on our CreditSoup blog!

  4. Exploring Fresh Side Hustles for Financial Growth

    Exploring Fresh Side Hustles for Financial Growth

    When it comes to side hustles, thinking outside the box can open up exciting opportunities for extra income and personal growth. Choose a side hustle that aligns with your interests and skills, and you'll be well on your way to boosting your finances and achieving your goals.

  5. What to Avoid Buying on Black Friday

    What to Avoid Buying on Black Friday

    Retailers are desperate to make you part with your hard-earned money. They rely on retail tricks to convince you to open your wallet when you otherwise wouldn’t spend money. To avoid overspending, here are five Black Friday tricks you should know about.

  6. What Is A 401(k) and How It Works

    What Is A 401(k) and How It Works

    You've probably come across the term "401(k)" . But what is it, and is it really necessary? CreditSoup breaks it down for you and answers the questions of what is 401(k) and do I really need it?

  7. Wise Spend Tip: Pay Off Credit Cards Monthly

    Wise Spend Tip: Pay Off Credit Cards Monthly

    To truly maximize the benefits of credit cards, it's essential to develop a responsible payment habit – paying off your credit card monthly. In this week's Wise Spend Wednesday, let's explore the reasons why this practice can lead to financial freedom.

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