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You can get a free credit report up to three times a year.

How to get your credit report for free

You can get your free credit report up to three times a year by submitting a request on AnnualCreditReport.com or calling directly.

An under-the-radar credit card benefit might not be as exciting or glamorous as points or miles, but in a pinch it’s just as useful

Look beyond the bonus and rewards when picking a new credit card. The purchase protection benefits can be valuable, too.
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I’ve saved over $1,200 by lowering my recurring bills. Here’s the exact script I use to negotiate.

Twice a year, I call the companies that charge me recurring bills: car/renter's insurance, cell phone, and cable. And I look forward to it every time.
Most Americans need to have health insurance to afford medical care.

How to get health insurance to pay for doctors, dentists, and emergencies

Americans not covered by an employer or Medicare can get health insurance on HealthCare.gov, where they may qualify for tax credits and subsidies.

The Chase Sapphire Preferred opened my eyes to the world of credit cards points and miles, and I’d tell anyone to try it

The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card charges a $95 annual fee, but it's easy to see how you can get more than $95 in value from the card each year.

8 of the best credit card deals this June — including a $12 flight to Hawaii and an exclusive AmEx Platinum welcome offer only some people can g...

This June, there are a few incredible limited time offers, including on Delta Air Lines cards, and a bonus that can get you a free flight to Hawaii.

2 of Delta’s credit cards are offering bonus Medallion Qualification Miles — the key to getting elite status

Delta frequent flyers can earn elite "Medallion" status, entitling them to special benefits and perks like first class upgrades and waived fees.
Many students take on a mix of financial aid to pay for college, and prioritization is crucial.

The 4 types of financial aid, ranked from most to least desirable

The US Department of Education has a guideline for financial aid: Accept free money first and always take federal loans before private loans.

I have 14 credit cards and these are the ones I tell family and friends to open

Credit cards that earn points for flexible use are most valuable and are often worthwhile despite annual fees, he writes.

6 reasons the Chase Sapphire Reserve’s high annual fee is easy to justify — and why the card is ultimately a better value than Chase’...

The Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card is one of the best rewards cards available — here's why it's a better value than the Chase Sapphire Preferred.