9 Steps to Take After Your Card Gets Hacked

Seeing strange charges on your credit card statement can make your stomach drop. Instead of panicking, follow these nine steps

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How Often Should I Use My Credit Cards?

She’s got two credit cards, but she’s not exactly itching to use them. Our expert offers some pointers for using the cards just enough to keep them active and build a healthy credit history

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Lavish Lifestyle Leaves Exec $100k in Debt

She’s had a wealthy upbringing and has a high income — but, somehow, she’s racked up $100k in credit card debt. Instead of escaping via bankruptcy, growing up financially is the key to digging herself out, says our expert

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Best Apps for Tracking Rewards Programs

The more rewards programs you belong to, the easier it is to lose track — and lose out. These smartphone apps will help you keep tabs on your points, miles and upgrades

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Sharing Credit a Bad Move for Unmarried Couples

Merging finances before getting married may seem like a good way to test-drive a relationship before you and your partner tie the knot. If you break up, though, shared debt and credit obligations can leave you tied to your ex

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