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Best Credit Cards for Free Summer Vacations in 2015

About two-thirds of American adults – more than 226 million people – own credit cards. The number of credit card holders who always or usually pay off their charges in full is at an all-time high (64%). One inference we might draw from this data is that more people than ever before understand the value of

5 Things You Don’t Know About Credit Scores

When it comes to the world of consumer credit, not all things are as obvious and intuitive as you may believe. This is even more evident when it comes to the world of credit scoring. Here are five things you may not know about credit scores.

Credit Sesame Wins Gold Stevie Award in The 2015 American Business Awards

We have exciting news to share with our Credit Sesame fans and followers! Last night, Credit Sesame was presented with a Gold Stevie® Award in the Financial Services category in The 13th Annual American Business Awards in Chicago!

As we celebrate this exciting achievement, we wanted to take a moment to share the news with those that matter most — our loyal fans and Credit Sesame users.

LastPass Password Manager Hacked: Why This Little Data Breach Could Be a Really Big Deal

Let’s face it, passwords are a pain. With so many complex passwords to remember, store safely and change often, it’s no wonder an entirely new category of security software emerged to make that task just a little easier. They’re called password managers and they help automate all those tedious password tasks so that we can all

Links We Love: When Doing What You Love Doesn’t Pay

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! This week we’re taking a look at when doing what you love doesn’t pay, how to have the financial talk with your parents before retirement, seven money myths that are holding you back financially, why we’re all the Jonses — and more!

Getting Out of Debt: The Pros & Cons of Debt Settlement

If you are swimming in debt, you’re bound to start looking for a way out. Many people see debt settlement –an option that advertises to help you pay off your debt for much less than what you owe– as a way out of their financial woes. However, the truth isn’t quite as simple as all that. Debt settlement isn’t without pitfalls and consequences — and it isn’t for everyone.

Going on Vacation? Don’t Let Identity Theft Ruin Your Trip

To increase the chances that the identity you take with you returns unscathed, and the identity you left behind shows no signs of abuse, here are our top ten tips for guarding your identity while you’re on vacation this summer.

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