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Tips for Paying Off Holiday Debt

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The following guest post was contributed by Bailey Harris. Bailey writes about health insurance quotes and related topics. If you would like to contribute a guest post, click here. Tips for Paying Off Holiday Debt No matter how much you may enjoy the holiday season, it is not unusual to feel a tiny bit of relief when it’s finally over. ... Read More »

Avoiding Post-Holiday Headaches

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All the parties are over and the decorations are put away. There goes another wonderful, fun-filled holiday season. That musical tie looked great on grandpa. Especially when it kept waking him up from his after-dinner nap. And the remote control, walking-talking-pooping dog was a riot with the kids. Now comes the hard part — facing the bills for all that ... Read More »

Sears, Home Depot May Lose 8% of Holiday Sales on Credit Limits

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Sears, Home Depot May Lose 8% of Holiday Sales on Credit Limits Bloomberg - 5 minutes ago Outstanding credit-card debt has risen 75 percent since 1999, while real wages have grown 4 percent in the same period, according to a report last month by ... Read More »

Expect Tidal Wave Of Limit Reductions and Credit Card Closures to Hit Before Christmas

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Yesterday I wrote about a little old hardware store that had noticed an increase in card purchases over cash. That’s not a good sign if people are using plastic more for routine things and especially in this environment of credit card issuers reducing credit limits, raising interest rates and closing cards. You see, the credit card issuers are getting freaked ... Read More »

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