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People open credit cards for a number of reasons. A frequent traveler may decide it's worth it to open a credit card that offers reward miles, for instance. Or, a person with an average credit score may try opening a…

This is a guest post by Becky Frost of Experian Consumer Services. Whether you’re a rental rookie or a pro at moving into a new pad, you might underestimate how costly a big move can be. [find-an-apartment] Take a break from the heavy lifting and learn what it takes to make sure your credit stays intact through the bubble wrap and duct tape.

You don’t have to be a tree-hugger to want to embrace a more green commute. Not only does going green in your commute help your environment, it can also help your wallet. Considering the current gas crisis and the rising…

One Chicken Equals Four Meals

If you’re looking to stretch your grocery budget, the idea of buying an entire chicken for one or two people might seem extremely out of budget. However, roasting up a larger cut of meat on the weekend can actually ensure…

With the holidays looming, you might find that your holiday gift budget is a little more stretched than usual. Read on to discover a few common sense tips that will help you save for this special time of the year.…

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