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Which Credit Cards Can I Qualify for if I Have Average Credit?

If you have limited, fair or average credit, you may think you won't qualify for a credit card. Fortunately, that isn't the case.
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Chase vs. Capital One: Which Unlimited Cash Back Credit Card is Best?

Chase Freedom Unlimited and Capital One Quicksilver Cash Rewards Credit Card both offer unlimited cash back, but which option is the best?
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How to Create a User-Friendly Website

When it comes to creating a website, aiming for a user-friendly website should be a top priority. Learn five things every user-friendly site should include.
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What Happens to Debt When You Die?

Do you ever wonder what happens to debt when you die? Learn what becomes of outstanding credit card, student loan and other debt after death.
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4 Handy Ways to Make the Cloud Work for You

Cloud storage goes far beyond uploading and storing files online. We're dishing out four ways you can make the cloud work for you and make your life easier.
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Best Credit Cards for New Business Owners

New business owners have a lot of expenses, which is why they'd appreciate a business credit card with a 0% intro APR on purchases. See the top options.
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What is Domain Privacy and How Can It Help Me?

Domain privacy may seem like a good way to secure your personal information, but it's not the right choice for every website. Learn more.
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How Do Credit Repair Services Work?

Although they can help fix bad credit, you should know exactly how credit repair services work to determine if using one is right for you.
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Best Rewards Credit Cards with No Annual Fees

Contrary to popular belief, you can get a rewards credit card without paying an annual fee. We've rounded up the best credit cards with no annual fees.
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Eddie Bauer Reports Payment Card Breach: Should You Worry?

North American customers of Eddie Bauer should be on alert, as the company's point-of-sale systems at its retail stores were recently compromised by malware.
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