Looking to open your first credit card? Keep an eye out for these features.
Apple always has a new invention coming out. If it is not a new iPhone or an Apple Watch, then...
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Rule #1: treat it like cash.
The Chip: Arguably the most annoying invention to date.
Does this situation sound familiar to you? Your BFF asks you if want to go out to dinner with her, and you're about to tell her yes, when you decide to check your bank statement quickly online before you answer -- and discover you don't have anywhere close to enough for a night out.
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Q: I hear college is the perfect time to get a credit card. Should I trade in my debit for credit? A: NO. Okay, so maybe the prospect of a limitless spending spree “for emergencies only” is a good idea in theory, but it really isn’t that great. You gotta pay that shiz off sometime, and that "sometime" comes with a giant interest fee.
Ahh summer time. The heat is blistering, the Natty Lite is chilled and the pool beckons. For those of us not taking summer classes, these three months are a glorious break from homework, studying and fluorescent lighting. Yes, the whole summer yawns out blue skies and cut-offs until late August and it’s hard to imagine ever going back to school.
You ever see those visa check card commercials where they show a fantastic shopping plaza where everyone is happily swiping away *swipe swipe swipe… until that jerk comes along, coin pouch in hand, and holds up the whole line? Yeah, that jerk is usually me.
It's your BFF. You've known her since you were five. And yeah, you just spent a whole paycheck on housing, but you still need her to hang out. But still, you're both broke, college students. So who's taking the brunt, financially?
It’s easy to throw down your MasterCard and forget about how much your text books cost for the semester; it’s...