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  1. Open A Free Bank Account

    Open A Free Bank Account

    Banks often charge monthly fees just to maintain your checking account. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to sign up for a free checking account that can save you a few bucks! CreditSoup lists 7 banks that offer such.

  2. How Does Your Credit Score Measure Up?

    How Does Your Credit Score Measure Up?

    You’ve probably heard from your parents and teachers that a good credit score is important. But what is good credit for your age and how do you get there? Find out what the average credit score is for each age group and what you can do to improve your score.

  3. 5 Ways to Sidestep Common Credit Card Blunders

    5 Ways to Sidestep Common Credit Card Blunders

    Credit cards can seem like the solution to all of life's financial problems. Can't afford to pay the electric bill this month? Charge it to your credit card and worry about it later! Want to go on a $5,000 trip to Italy, but don't have the cash? That's what credit cards are for, right?

  4. Travel In Off-Peak Seasons

    Travel In Off-Peak Seasons

    Traveling during "off-peak seasons" is an opportunity to travel or vacation outside of the normal times of year that most people would visit a particular area. And, is an excellent way to remain thrifty and save some cash!

  5. 5 Ways to Use Rewards for a Last-Minute Fall Getaway

    5 Ways to Use Rewards for a Last-Minute Fall Getaway

    Fall is often an excellent time to plan a last-minute getaway. Not only is it off-peak travel season for many destinations around the world, but the weather can be wonderful, too. The Southern United States still features excellent temperatures, and the water along Florida’s beaches is still warm from the summer heat.

  6. 7 Tips for Staying Debt-Free

    7 Tips for Staying Debt-Free

    Being debt-free gives you more financial freedom, allowing you to pursue other goals without the weight of interest charges and monthly payments on your shoulders. To keep yourself from ending up in debt again, use these tips and regularly review your finances.


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