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Some 21 percent of those with salaries of $100,000 or more say they are living paycheck to paycheck, according to a recent survey conducted by CareerBuilder.com. So, if you're counting the days to your next payday, here are some tips to break out of the paycheck-to-paycheck syndrome.
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Plus, what to do when it comes time to pay off old debts.
Also, how to proceed if your bank closes your credit card due to "inactivity."
Your plastic comes with perks you probably didn't even know exist.
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Overdraft charges are frustrating, obnoxious, and completely avoidable. Here's how to get rid of 'em once and for all.
Think of your debit card as a plastic check and nothing more.
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The financial questions all couples need to ask to make it last.
Not clear on your credit score? On the Money's credit guru John Ulzheimer is here to set things straight.
When it comes to this magic number, FICO isn't the only player in the game. Plus, why having no debt isn’t necessarily a dream for creditors.
Plus, some tough love for a serial credit abuser.
Avoid the traps and scams on the way to becoming debt free.
Why you don't ever need to sign up for these, no matter how enticing they look.
Between credit card debt and a loss on an investment, Suzanne and Brett wonder if they’ll ever be able to start a family.