Category Archives: Living with credit

Will identity theft monitoring be the next big card perk?

Kelly Dilworth

Discover’s new free tool scours the dark web for a cardholder’s Social Security number and sends alerts by text or email if it turns up anything. So far, the tool hasn’t turned up my SSN on any risky websites. I’m…
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4 ways cards, apps and more can save on pet care

Susan Ladika

Over the years, I’ve rescued far more cats than I care to recall, so I stay on top of ways to use my credit cards and other discounts to save on kibble, cat litter, toys, treats and flea medication. Last…
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It’s raining cats, dogs and luxury cards, and other credit news to know this week

Taylor Tompkins

This week’s (un)lucky number is: 173 million A good, math-backed guess of the number of people who probably won’t be able to see the total eclipse next Monday. But there’s still time to save yourself from being one of those losers…
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Millennials say they’re keeping Sapphire Reserve 1 year later

Jeff Herman

The Sapphire Reserve, introduced nearly a year ago with that splashy 100,000-point sign-up bonus, was a runaway hit, especially with millennials, but now that $450 annual fee is due to be paid. Will Sapphire Reserve cardholders keep the card or…
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