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Why You Should Take an Inventory of Your Credit Cards Now
The average American has nearly four credit cards and $5,221 of credit card debt. Here's how to decide when it's time to let go.
Here's Why Food Is So Expensive Right Now
Food prices are up over 5 percent in the past year—here's what experts have to say about the rising trend.
Smart Ways to Use Up Your FSA Before the Year Ends
Don't wait to creatively spend down any available balance in your 2021 flex spending account.
If You're Living Paycheck to Paycheck, This Episode of Money Confidential Is for You
This week's Money Confidential covers why you never seem to get ahead—even if you're making a lot of money.
Thinking About Buying Your Next Car Online? Here's What You Should Know
Buying a car online is becoming more popular—but is it the best choice? These expert tips will protect you (and your bank account) when buying a car you haven't driven or inspected yet.
The Truth About Women and Debt
Spending cuts, pandemic unemployment, and lack of maternity leave are compounding women's already heavy student debt burden. Here's what we can do to create a level debt playing field.

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Save Money by Never Buying These 5 Things New
Shopping for pre-owned, thrifted, gently used, or straight-up really old items isn't only better for the planet; it's better for your bank account. Here are the top five items you should never buy new.
Why You'll Likely Spend More Than You Think Post-Retirement
Think you've got an idea of how much you'll spend when you retire? Think again.