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The Regular Person’s Guide to Redeeming Chase Ultimate Rewards Points For Travel

A lot of people like to hoard their Chase Ultimate Rewards points to book first class flights or five star hotels that they’d never pay for themselves, and more power to them. But I prefer to stretch mine out to cover as much travel as possible, even if it’s not glamorous. Here are the most […]

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What Is ‘Good’ Debt?

Each Monday we’re tackling one of your pressing personal finance questions by asking a handful of money experts for their advice. If you have a general question or money concern, or just want to talk about something PeFi-related, leave it in the comments or email me at alicia.adamczyk@lifehacker.com.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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When to Consider a Balance Transfer

Each Monday we’re tackling one of your pressing personal finance questions by asking a handful of money experts for their advice. If you have a general question or money concern, or just want to talk about something PeFi-related, leave it in the comments or email me at alicia.adamczyk@lifehacker.com.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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How to Buy Bitcoin With a Credit Card—and Why You Probably Shouldn’t

The price of Bitcoin is the lowest it’s been in weeks, and you may want to get in in on the action before its value shoots back up again (assuming it ever does). There’s nothing wrong with investing some money in cryptocurrency—as long as it’s money you can afford to lose—but a growing number of […]

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Use Chargebacks Like an Insurance Policy for Internet Shopping

So you order something from eBay. Or Alibaba. Or some sketchy website you’ve never heard of, because it has the exact sneakers you want when nowhere else does. You know that’s probably a sign it’s too good to be true… but you really want the sneakers, so you foolishly type in your Visa number anyway.Read […]

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Amazon’s Dishing Out Extra Cash Back On Select TVs When You Use a Prime Credit Card

With 5% back on all Amazon purchases, you should probably have one of Amazon’s credit cards anyway. Now though, they’re boosting that to 15% on a variety of Samsung TVs, and 10% on some drool-worthy LG OLED TVs. If you don’t already have a card, you can apply at either of those links for instant […]

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