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Holding credit card debt and savings at once seems like a paradox, but there may be a rational reason why many people do just that.
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Running a household balance sheet can raise challenges.
Six important terms about inflation
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Is owning a home worth the financial risk?
If you have a credit card, did you pay it off in full last month?
Four more tips for credit cards
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What is a credit ratings agency?
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Lesson 1 from the financial crisis “be wary of borrowing”
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