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Finding yourself deep in debt can be a discouraging reality. And in the past several years, more and more consumers have found themselves in this situation.

How a Man, a Boy, and a Donkey Can Help Your Financial Life

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Identity Theft Protection: Protect Your Good Name

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    Best Time to Buy Jeans

    November 23, 2014 - By Allison Martin - Tips for Best Deals
    Looking to stock up on a fresh pair of denim jeans? Maybe yours are a bit outdated, worn from excessive wear, or no longer conform to your body type. Whatever the reason, you’ll want to find a decent deal for your jeans. You just need to know when to go out and buy your next pair.

    Best Time to Buy Christmas Flights

    November 21, 2014 - By Allison Martin - Tips for Best Airline Credit Cards
    The holidays are a tricky time for travel: airfares skyrocket and travelers who didn’t take a moment to plan their trip with care will pay dearly for their tickets.

    What to Buy in December

    November 20, 2014 - By Lauren Ward - Tips for Gift Giving Statistics
    Trying to save money during the busiest shopping month sounds like a fool's errand. You just need to know which items will have the best prices. Find out what to buy in December and what to avoid.
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    23 Things the Middle Class Can No Longer Afford

    November 19, 2014 - By Cassy Parker - Tips for Household Spending Statistics
    Is the middle class doomed? Here are 23 things today's middle class cannot afford.
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    Why Traveling is Good for You

    November 18, 2014 - By Michelle Smith - Tips for Best Travel Credit Card
    We all need to get away sometimes. And if the only thing standing between you and your next trip is a good excuse, start packing because we've got you covered. Here are 23 reasons why traveling is good for you, on both a personal and professional level.

    How Studying Abroad Changes You

    November 17, 2014 - By Cassy Parker - Tips for Best Credit Card for College Students
    Study abroad and your life will never be the same. Here are 23 ways that you’ll be forever changed after your study abroad experience.

    When is the Best Time to Buy Winter Clothes

    November 16, 2014 - By Allison Martin - Tips for Best Deals
    When is the best time to buy winter clothes? The discounts come around when the colder temps come around.
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    23 Things Money-Smart College Students Do

    November 14, 2014 - By Rebecca Lake - Tips for Best Credit Card for College Students
    People go to college to learn new things and prepare themselves for a career. What they have trouble finding – if they bother looking at all – are the ground rules of personal finance. Those who figure out how to take control of their cash are better off once graduation rolls around and those student loans come due.

    Common Financial Aid Mistakes

    November 13, 2014 - By Rebecca Lake - Tips for Best Credit Card for College Students
    Taking out students loans is about as stressful as applying for college. By now, you’re committed to going to college, but you have this one stumbling block in front of you: Money. Mess this up and you’ll be sorry.
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    How to Manage First Credit Card

    November 12, 2014 - By Rebecca Lake - Tips for Credit Cards for First Time
    When used wisely, your first credit card can set you up for a strong financial future. Anyone who lends you money throughout your life — whether it’s a credit card company or someone giving you a loan — wants to see that you know how to handle credit. And the one way to create such a history is to start with a credit card. At the same time, it can be easy to abuse the privilege of owning a card by racking up more charges than you can handle or not having a way to pay off your debt.

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