Prepaid Card Users Face Higher Fees

Debit card payments set to increase.

Under a rule to take effect in July, companies that issue debit cards must reduce the fees they charge retailers. To recoup their lost revenue, banks that offer the cards are raising fees for peopl...

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You may not realize it yet, but the long-delayed Roth alternative to the Thrift Savings Plan could be an exciting new addition to your retirement toolkit.

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American Express Waives Fees for Military

I have heard (and researched to death) that American Express waives annual fees for active duty military folks.  If American Express has a card that is right for you, then this would be a great way to get the benefits without having to pay their often hefty annual fees. American Express has changed its overall […]

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