He rushed out to buy a 42-inch plasma TV at the height of its retail price, and financed the purchase at 9% over 25 months.
The credit card I used for that purchase didn't reach a zero balance again until the debt was discharged in bankruptcy.
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Drought conditions across the nation could mean higher food prices in coming months.
Used collectively, these tips can easily make you $1,000 richer by the end of the year.
Now that airlines are charging extra for many aisle and window seats, a request to switch your seat so a couple or family can sit together may not go over well.
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