Paying an individual or institution via a money order sounds like a good idea, but what if you want to charge a money order through your credit card? Find out why paying for a money order via a credit card should be a last resort for most individuals.
You might not use your Social Security card every day, but you do need to use it occasionally. If you lost your security card, youâll need to request a replacement form for a Social Security card from the Social Security Administration (SSA). You can apply online by choosing the replacement tab for your lost security card…. Read More
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Life in the military offers some distinct experiences compared to civilian life, and that includes your budget and finances. The pre-deployment process can feel overwhelming, especially when youâre organizing your money and bills.Â Itâs important you provide your family with…
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As if fearing the health-related consequences of the COVID-19 coronavirus wasn’t enough, there’s also a fair amount of financial uncertainty related to recession and an unstable economy. People all across the United States are wondering how they’ll pay their bills and make ends meet as they file for unemployment and wait for a one-time stimulus… Read More
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Here’s how you can freeze your credit to avoid fraudulent activity. This is especially important after a hack like the one experienced by Equifax recently.
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Payments started with the barter system a long time ago. People exchanged goods or services for other goods or services. Eventually legal tender took over and money, in many formsâfrom tea bricks to cow to seashellsâbecome the payment method of choice. Then virtual money came on the scene, including credit cards. And todayâs credit cards,… Read More
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In the age of paperless transactions, identify theft is something that virtually all of us are susceptible to. If your identity is stolen, the consequences can be severe, and in some cases, can take years to recover from. One way to be proactive against fraud and defend yourself from identity theft, is to freeze your […]
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Being a victim of tax related identity theft can leave you scrambling to take the proper steps to set things right. Here’s are the things you need to do.
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Maintaining a healthy credit score requires a good bit of focus, determination and hard work. Here are 7 mobile phone applications that can help keep your credit building on track.
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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to shutter businesses across the country and a record number of Americans filing for unemployment, some major credit card issuers are offering relief to their customers. Read on to find out what credit card companies are doing to help.