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Quiz: Do You Know the (Credit) Score?

credit score There are many misconceptions about credit scores and that could adversely affect your credit standing. Take this 10 question quiz to test your score savvy.

50 Things You Really Don't Need to Buy

empty pockets We consume too much. We buy too much. Do we really need specialized appliances for single kitchen tasks, for example? Here are 50 things that Cheapism says we can do without.


Fares as Low as $99 to Europe?!

airplane WOW! $99 to Europe including taxes? But on what airline? WOW. What airline? WOW. Really. The catches: London is $149, there are no $99 return flights, fares are only from certain east coast cities, etc. And travel dates are next winter. But what a deal!

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Mouse Print* -- Upgrade iPhone Yearly Forever for $15 a Month?

mouse print Regular Monday readers: Here is the story about credit cards dropping benefits if you missed it last week.

With new iPhones just hitting the market, Sprint seems to have a crazy low monthly price allowing customers to upgrade annually, forever. Not exactly. That story is this week in Mouse Print*.

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Free Museum Admission, Saturday, Sept. 26

Smithsonian magazine is sponsoring its annual "museum day" this Saturday, with free admission for two people. Find your museum and print your ticket now.

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Tire Buying 101

If you are in the market for new tires, Consumer Reports tells you what to look for when shopping, and it describes the warning signs that your tires are headed for the heap.

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