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Seniors Alert: Why You Need Your Credit Cards

Seniors Alert: Why You Need Your Credit Cards

Part of enjoying a comfortable retirement for many seniors is paying off debts and liquefying tangible assets – like selling the family home to move into a rental in an area where it’s warm year ‘round. [...]

What to Do With Old Credit Cards: Don’t Cut Them Up Just Yet!

What to Do With Old Credit Cards: Don’t Cut Them Up Just Yet!

A lot of us carry more than one credit card -When trying to get spending under control, it might be tempting to close those little-used credit card accounts and keep it simple. Some experts suggest that [...]

Medical Identity Fraud: It’s Enough to Make You Sick

Medical Identity Fraud: It’s Enough to Make You Sick

Most medical practitioners take steps to protect sensitive identification information, but when you walk into your doctor’s office you may see files on top of desks, rows of storage racks crammed with medical records and other [...]

College Kids and Credit Cards: How to Keep Them Out of Trouble

College Kids and Credit Cards: How to Keep Them Out of Trouble

Credit and debit cards can be great money management tools. They can also help young consumers build a credit history that will follow them in the years ahead. However, parents may need to help prevent extravagant [...]

Building a Good Credit Record

Building a Good Credit Record

Three main credit agencies gather financial information on individuals and then make that information available to lenders to help them determine whether to make a loan to someone. [...]

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