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Discover More Card $100 Plus 0% APR for 12 Months

The More Card is one of the popular credit cards from Discover for its generous cash back rewards program (at least in certain categories) and big incentive for new cardholders.  During this holiday season, the More Card offers card members the opportunity to get 5% cashback bonus for shopping at restaurants, department stores and clothing stores. […]

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Create Great Savings Now for Next Year

While you’re quite likely to be exhausted both mentally and financially from this year’s go-around, believe it or not, now’s the perfect time to begin creating great savings for next year’s holiday season (as well as other everyday savings, too). Even the smallest invest in steeply discounted holiday wrapping paper, gift bags and ribbons can […]

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Six Money Moves To Make Before Year End

The end of the year is always a good time for tying up loose ends.  Whether it’s preparing for a new and healthier you in the new year or taking care of some of this year’s resolution, now is usually the best time to close the books on the current year and get ready to […]

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Holiday Help for Small Business Owners

With widespread unemployment and a still-struggling economy, many have looked to self-employment to help supplement their incomes. Whether it’s a full-time commitment or a part-time activity to bring in just a bit more cash, there are a variety of ways small business owners can harness opportunities throughout the holidays. If you’re an entrepreneur, below are […]

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Remember The Joy of Giving to Charity This Holiday

I came across a bit the other day that caught me a little bit by surprise (although it probably really shouldn’t).  Despite an unemployment rate still hovering around 10% and despite pay freezes at many companies across the country and despite many middle income individuals still fighting to take care of their families, charitable giving […]

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2010 Year End Tax Strategies

It’s that time of year again. No, not just the holiday season, but also the time when you realize that the year is ending and taxes are just around the corner. This year is particularly difficult because Congress still hasn’t decided what to do about the Bush-era tax cuts (the Senate will vote on Obama […]

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How to Autopay Everything and Never Miss a Payment

If you’re struggling to pay your bills on time, or even set aside enough funds to pay your bills regularly, then “auto-pay” might be the best solution for you. It’s quick and easy — and if you play your cards right, you’ll never have to physically mail another paper check again.That’s right: it’s green, and […]

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Why Are Savings Account Interest Rates So Low?

If you have a savings account, and I am pretty sure you do, you are probably not very happy with the return you get for your hard earned money. The problem isn’t really about the particular bank you are using. If you look around, I can almost guarantee that you will be very surprised if […]

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