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Do Sales Really Save You Money?

Generally, sales are conducted to promote consumer spending. So while they might help some people, they may also cause people to spend more than they otherwise would have.

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Prepaid Debit Cards Versus Credit Cards

The use of prepaid debit cards has been on the rise in recent years, which may make you wonder what these cards can do that credit cards can’t. The fact is, prepaid cards have a different purpose.

The Latest Online Spending Safety Tips

The Latest Online Spending Safety Tips

Don’t let all those password requests and online purchases lull you into a false sense of safety. The same rules apply that always have – as well as a few additional tips and tricks to add an extra layer of much-needed safety to your routine.

The Pros and Cons of Cryptocurrency

The Pros and Cons of Cryptocurrency

There’s a relatively new digital asset in town, and its name is cryptocurrency. Or Bitcoin. Despite the growing popularity of cryptocurrency, you might still be wondering: what is it?

How to Teach Your Children to Be Financially Disciplined

Students who are financially literate are more likely to complete higher education. But with so many temptations around them, instilling in them financial discipline is a lot harder than it used to be. So how do you make sure they spend their limited cash with all the discipline of a wizened parent?

Money Orders Safety & Security Tips

Money Orders: Safety & Security Tips

A money order is a guaranteed payment method for sending funds, most often, safely. But despite all of their safety measures, there are still some tips you should keep in mind when sending and receiving a money order to make your transactions as safe and secure as possible.