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Why You Shouldn’t Pay Taxes With a Credit Card

Filed under: Taxes, Credit Cards Getty By Matt Schulz Rewards junkies are always looking for a way to pile up more miles or points without getting on an airplane. The good news is that there are plenty of great ways to do that. Applying for a credit card with a big sign-up bonus is maybe the best example, but is ...

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Why You Shouldn’t Freak Out If You Miss a Payment Due Date

Filed under: Personal Finance, Credit Reports, Consumer Issues, Credit History, Credit Score Getty Images By Dan Rafter The due date for your mortgage loan payment slipped past without you sending a check to your lender. Or maybe you didn’t have enough money in your checking account to send an on-time payment to your credit card provider. Don’t panic. Your financial ...

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6 Reasons You Shouldn’t Retire Early

Filed under: Retirement, Early Retirement, Retirement Living By Jeff Rose Early retirement is a dream for those who don’t like their job. But as tempting as early retirement might be, it’s not always the best option. Retiring early could obviously have a negative impact on your finances, but also on your social life and even your health. Here’s why it’s ...

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Bandwagon fans are good for hockey, and we shouldn’t ridicule them

We have a tendency to ridicule bandwagon fans, or fans who might not know as much about hockey as those of us who have been watching the game for years. We shouldn’t do that, because bandwagoners are good for the game. I was born in Atlanta, Ga., and was raised by two Floridians who never learned how to ice skate. ...

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