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Posts Tagged ‘Credit Cards’

Plastics 101: The 5 Best Credit Cards For College Students

Monday, August 5th, 2013

TweetThe first credit card to have graced the lining of my wallet was the most terrifying piece of plastic that I’ve encountered in my entire life. As a fiscally-uneducated 18 year-old freshman with no credit history, simply possessing an item that could seemingly make or break my financial future was absolutely daunting and something that [...]

5 Things You Pay Too Much For: Bills

Friday, July 6th, 2012

TweetNo one likes paying bills. But if you don’t the power goes out and you can’t call to get it fixed because your phone is out too. That doesn’t mean you should be spending one red cent more than you have to. We’re going to assume our readers are already using programmable thermostats and weather [...]

How I Got a Bad Deal on BradsDeals and How I Fixed It

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

TweetLet me tell you a story of a deal gone wrong, how I fixed it, and why I keep a doorknob assembly at my desk at BradsDeals HQ. Don’t worry, there’s a happy ending. The Problem About a month and a half ago, I was scouring Buy.com for an excellent deal to post on BradsDeals. [...]

Credit or Debit: Choosing the Right One for Your Purchase

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

TweetI’m going to be perfectly honest with you. Whenever I’m out shopping, whether it’s for groceries, clothes or fast food, I run my debit/credit card as “credit” when the cashier asks me. If you were to ask me why I chose that option, I couldn’t give you an answer. I think it started because when [...]

End-of-Summer Travel on a Budget

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Believe it or not, August is a great month to plan an end-of-summer vacation. Since most travel is done early- to mid-summer, you can save money by planning an a trip later in the year, and by following some money-saving tips

Expert Interview: Liz Weston on Personal Finance

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Money management is an important topic especially to those thrifty enough to utilize Brad’s Deals. Recently I had a fantastic conversation with Liz Weston, the most-read personal finance columnist on the Internet and author of a new book The 10 Commandments of Money, about several top-of-mind issues.

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