If you're getting pinched at the pump, a gas rewards card could help. There are more than 1,000 offers out there -- which one's best for you?
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The big banks are trying to entice the not-quite-rich with these no-fee checking accounts. But what are you really getting when you sign up?
One of the stupidest is Spirit Airlines' $2 'Unintended Consequences Fee,' which the airline seems to be assessing just to make a point.
Parents whose incomes are too high to qualify for the college tuition tax credits should see if their children qualify.
Buffalo Wild Wings is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Dick's Sporting is initiated with a 'market perform.'
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