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Save Money With An Annual Subscription Audit

How much do you pay every month for invisible stuff you don’t use? I’m referring to subscriptions or memberships for things like music streaming, movies, software, magazines, gyms, shopping clubs, and other services or online resources you may have forgotten about....

Identity Theft Is No Laughing Matter

The style of a recent email I received from a client made me laugh—even though the subject matter wasn’t funny. “Hi Rick! We received a letter from Discover denying an application for their credit card due to our credit history. We did not apply for their card. I told...

Your Biggest Holiday Expense Could Be a Hidden Cost

Consider your Christmas shopping list. What was the most expensive single item on it? That special gift for your partner? The latest electronic gizmo for your teenager? Your family’s holiday travel? Certainly, with inflation hitting a 40-year high, all these items...

Who Owns Your Credit Card Reward Points?

Watch this video on YouTube Do your credit card reward points belong to you? For frequent travelers, who often choose credit cards based on reward programs, accumulated points can be worth thousands of dollars. Whether points are an asset that can be transferred to an...

Scrooge Can Help You Learn How To Handle Credit Wisely

Gary Foreman, CreditCards.com, writes, One of my favorite books on the topic is called “The Financial Wisdom of Ebenezer Scrooge” by Ted Klontz, Rick Kahler and Brad Klontz. Charles Dickens’ Christmas tale is used to study Scrooge’s views on...