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How the Cut in Debit Card Swipe Fees Will affect you

March 4, 2014

Paying with plastic — credit and debit cards — clearly has a price. It costs retailers roughly $2 for every $100 spent. So, when you buy something for $100, the seller actually gets paid $98. Interchange fees are subtracted on the front end, as explained in this infographic: Source

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Compound Interest – Friend or Foe?

January 15, 2014

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A Tsunami of Red Ink

A Tsunami of Red Ink

April 5, 2013

America’s national debt hasn’t just raises along with inflation, it’s increased exponentially at an alarming rate. Find out how this disturbing wave of debt has been gaining speed and growing. What will happen when the wave breaks? Source

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UK Debt Problem Facts and Figures

December 14, 2012

The forecast for the average person in the UK is looking pretty bleak when it comes to debt levels. With Christmas bills now dropping onto the doormat, the recent rise in VAT and inflation soaring at the same time as benefits being cut across the board, many Brits are finding it harder and harder to […]

Understanding Your Credit Card Or Loan APR

Understanding Your Credit Card Or Loan APR

November 16, 2012

The Annual Percentage Rate on your loan can be a confusing thing. But with this handy guide, you’ll get to know them like the back of your hand. Determining exactly what your Annual Percentage Rate, better known as your APR, means can be a confusing challenge. Source

A Visual Guide to the Federal Reserve

A Visual Guide to the Federal Reserve

October 16, 2012

The Federal Reserve. That’s where our federal government…um…keeps its reserves, right? The Federal Reserve is extraordinarily complex once you start to look at this singularly unique institution: how it came to be, how it functions, what its purpose is, and what exactly it does. Source

Breaking Down the Durbin Amendment

Breaking Down the Durbin Amendment

October 1, 2012

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Choosing a Savings Account

Choosing a Savings Account

September 29, 2012

For the three out of four Americans that have a savings account of some type, does it makes a big difference what type of account they put their hard earned dollars into? Indeed it does. Find out which type is the best savings account for your nest egg. Source