Vacationing at a hotel should be fun, with a minimum of hassles. But if you’re not in the know, you may encounter some snafus that will drain your pocket book and ruin your fun. Here are five tips to know about how to book and pay for a hotel.
A new study from Creditcards.com found that 20% of respondents who are in a relationship admitted to spending $500 or more behind their partner’s back, and 6% admitted to having a secret bank account or credit card. Learn more about "financial infidelity" and how you can address it to improve both your relationship and your family's finances.
Electronic devices are getting increasingly smaller while either maintaining previous capabilities or expanding them. Learn about some of the tech unveiled at the recent International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
All checking accounts are not created equal. Monthly maintenance fees for bank checking accounts can really add up, and fees for using ATMs are going up at many banks. Learn how you can save by eliminating these fees with an Alliant checking account with ATM Rebates.
With the holidays just around the corner, purchasing gifts for family and friends can potentially put a dent in your budget or delay your efforts to pay off your debts. Consider these almost-free gift ideas from SavvyMoney.com.
How easy is it to pay for your online holiday purchases with Visa Checkout? Watch ballerina Maria Kochetkova pay for gifts for her fellow dancers while they all dancing the Nutcracker. And in many cities, you can use Visa Checkout to buy your Nutcracker tickets, or tickets to a game or movie.
Not long ago there was just one way you could pay for a rental car – by credit card. Now, many car rental agencies let you book and pay for a car with a debit card. What are the pros and cons of using each kind of card? And which method of payment makes sense for you?