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Top 5 Audiobooks to Get Your Family into the Holiday Spirit

Believe it or not, Thanksgiving is already less than one week away and Christmas is just around the corner. It’s time to start decorating the house and getting into the festive spirit, and there’s no better way to get into the mood than with a holiday audiobook
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FTC Nabs Sites Claiming to Offer 'Free' Credit Scores

Three credit report monitoring companies have agreed to pay $22 million in consumer refunds under the terms of a settlement reached with the Federal Trade Commission and the state attorneys general in Illinois and Ohio on Wednesday. The FTC said that these three companies – One Technologies, LP,
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Americans Failing to Save for Retirement: How Can You Start?

Would you rather die early in retirement if you couldn’t afford to live comfortably? A surprising number of middle-class Americans said yes – 22% to be exact – according to Wells Fargo survey published last month. Although other questions posed in the survey didn’t come with as many
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How to Rebuild Your Credit Score with a Credit Card

Having poor credit can be a real headache. Poor credit means high interest rates on your credit cards and auto loans. It also means you'll be more likely to be turned down for future loans, and you'll miss out on earning valuable credit card rewards. If you're
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Nicki Minaj's Social Security Number Exposed: Can it Happen to You?

Celebrities are just as at risk to identity theft as the average person — something rapper Nicki Minaj is finding out after a photo that contained her social security number was published by a media outlet last month. The old booking photo had her social security number
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Chase Freedom Offers $200 Bonus

Just in time for the holiday season, Chase Freedom is offering a limited-time $200 intro bonus after spending $500 in the first 3 months of card ownership. That's a pretty hefty bonus just for making your regular purchases, particularly in the season people tend to be spending
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Holiday Donation Scams: How to Protect Yourself

'Tis the season to be generous. With the holidays right around the corner, many of us are thinking about those who are less fortunate and wanting to give what we can to help them out. While the act of donating is a noble one, the sad truth
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Deck the Halls with Two Pear Tree Greetings Holiday Sales

Still haven't ordered your holiday photo cards yet? Now's your chance, because Pear Tree Greetings is having two great sales right now! The first is a sale on all products on the website, and it is tiered depending on how much you spend. You can get $15
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What's the Best Rent-by-Mail Audiobook Service?

Q: I’m a bit old-fashioned. As much as I enjoy audiobooks, I prefer having the physical CD to downloading MP3 files. I think the audio quality is superior with CD’s, and I don’t like dealing with downloading large files because my Internet connection is slow. Is there
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Are Your Rewards Card Loyalty Points in Danger?

We are a culture that loves bonuses, and anyone in the business of making money realizes that. Everything from credit card companies to airlines and grocery stores seem to have loyalty programs these days. While the details vary from company to company, the premise is the same:
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