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03/22/2022

Small Businesses Can Deliver Big with Synchrony

Retail is always evolving, but one thing remains true: retailers and small businesses who can meet the needs of their customers — and say “yes" more often — grow faster.

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10/29/2019

How Identity Thieves Work: Protect Your Information

You may not always see it, but the information and data that makes up your online identity is spread across the internet. Identity thieves know this and seek out the traces that we leave wherever we go...

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10/29/2019

6 Ways to Keep Your Digital Savings and Spending Safe

As Americans spend more and more time online, their money is following them onto the web. Money now lives on shopping websites, in online bank accounts...

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10/29/2019

How to Keep Your Friendships and Your Budget on Track

Significant differences in incomes or spending habits can complicate relationships. Imagine a group dinner...

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10/29/2019

How Bucketing Can Help You Save More

If you feel like you’re trying to save diligently, but your money is constantly being pulled in different directions, a savings strategy called bucketing may help you. Bucketing is a goal-oriented method in which you segment the money...

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10/29/2019

Understanding the New FICO Credit Score

The FICO credit score, which was introduced by the Fair Isaac Corporation in 1989, has become a seemingly universal measure of the creditworthiness of an individual. Thirty years after its launch, the score is used in more than 25 countries...

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10/29/2019

How to Avoid Phishing

Every year the unsuspecting public loses millions of its hard-earned dollars to phishing; the FBI estimates that phishing cost Americans nearly $30 million in 2017 alone. By taking a few simple steps to protect yourself, however...

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10/29/2019

4 Tips for Dating on a Budget

Money can’t buy love or happiness, but it can buy plenty of expensive nights out. If you’re dating regularly, those pricey outings can add up quickly, taking a bite out of your savings and/or throwing your budget off kilter...

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10/29/2019

Debit vs. Credit Card? A Few Rules of Thumb

Your items are scanned and bagged—now it’s time to pay. Do you reach for your debit or credit card? The best choice depends on what you’re buying, where you’re buying it and what your spending habits are...

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