Browsing tag: Credit cards

Hey everyone! I come to you once again with another guest post, this time on a newer financial blog over at Today, I am writing about credit cards and how to take full advantage of them and all of their benefits. For example, did you know that credit cards offer benefits like rental car […]

How credit card fraud detection works

Published September 14, 2015   Posted in Having some fun

A few weeks ago I got a text, email and telephone call from my credit card company alerting me to a charge that may be fraudulent.  My card number was used to make a $90-some dollar purchase at a woman’s retailer and they asked for confirmation that I actually made the purchase. I didn’t.  In fact, […]

Runaway credit destroying American retirement

Published March 19, 2015   Posted in How to Retire

It is no secret that the spending habits of traditional Americans are not all that pretty.  Way too many Americans find themselves in a position where retirement seems like a lofty goal only accessible by either the old or lucky, and that most people – including them – are “regular Americans” just trying to get […]
Audio introduction For the moment, Target is home to one of the most profoundly good deals in our economy.  Target’s no-annual-fee Prepaid Redcard lets customers load funds onto what they call their “Redcard”, which is used just like a regular credit card and is accepted anywhere that American Express is. Note: Several sites (like this […]