3 Credit Tips for Retirement

Whether you have just entered the working world or have been at the same job for several years, you should give some thought to retirement.

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Experts Calling For Smarter Credit Cards After Massive Data Breach

After more than 40 million credit and debit card numbers were stolen during a massive data breach at Target retail stores, many credit experts are calling for U.S. credit card companies to adapt to the use of new credit cards that will help combat fraud.

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4 Things to Know If Your Credit Card Was Declined

Paying your bill at a restaurant and hearing that your credit card has been declined can be a deflating experience. Your best bet is to take a deep breath and address the situation.

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3 Winter Credit Tips

Winter may be a time when you find yourself cocooned from the outside world to keep warm.

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Class-Action Lawsuit Settled Against Visa and MasterCard

A judge on Dec. 13 approved a $5.7-billion class action lawsuit against Visa and MasterCard that challenged excessive credit card fees.

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3 Tips to Protect Your Credit While Traveling

With the holiday season approaching, you may travel to the far off reaches of the country to visit friends and loved ones or you might just be staying at home.

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4 Credit Tips For Foreign Travel

If you are planning to travel to a foreign country, you may find yourself using your credit card for a majority of your purchases.

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5 Simple Credit-Building Moves You Can Make From Home

Building credit is often as difficult as repairing or maintaining it. In order to be approved for certain types of loans, you’ll need to display experience with assuming and repaying previous debts. 

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4 Credit Tips for Small Business Owners

Dealing with credit as a small business owner can be a bit different than how you deal with it on a personal level.

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