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Girl Scouts add another tactic to their powerhouse sales machine. Have they no mercy?
A central bank proposal would limit nonworking spouses' credit access.
The use of credit doesn't deserve the bad rap it's gotten in recent years.
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Offers of 0% balance transfers are showing up in mailboxes again. They can help you get out of debt, if you use them carefully.
A 1990 law was intended to protect consumers' privacy, court rules.
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