Monday, February 27

Credit Cards vs. Debit Cards!

Sure, credit cards can be a great way to have a financial safety buffer in your pocket, and they build credit pretty quick, too. But everybody has heard of dangers that can come with credit cards if you're not careful, as well as the horrific statistics:

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In Money Trouble?

Okay, this article is packed with ways to prioritize your spending and save money creatively. But what if you're reading those articles too late? What if you're already in deep trouble when it comes to money?

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What Would You Do with This Phone Call?

You answer the phone, and there's this nice lady on the phone.

She says she works for Greenpeace and asks if you would like to make a donation to save the whales that are being killed in the Norwegian Sea.

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Credit Cards Gone Wild!

Here are a few of the many things one very major credit card company says in their "terms and conditions."

Nobody ever reads this stuff, but read it now! It will give you a chill on a hot day.

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Spring Break!

Spring break, baby!

How about Florida this year? Or Mexico?

Great stuff! But how are you going to pay for all this?

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Identity Theft

And yet another article on identity theft... Boring! But is it? Did you know young people are big targets? Here's a quick head's up.

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Pyramid Schemes: A Scam to Watch Out For

Get this scenario: you, a college student who has discovered the luxury of 10 Ramen Noodle cups for only a buck, are approached by a young man dressed-for-success at the local JCrew.

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So, What Would You Do With This Phone Call?

You answer the phone, and there's this nice lady on the phone.

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