Blog Category - 'Money Saving Tips'

Holidays on a Budget

by Evita Page

Smart credit card usage is one way to keep costs to a minimum during the holidays. Choosing the right one is crucial, too.

You’re Broke, but You Still Have to Budget

by Jon Dell

The best think you can do is budget your money – especially if you’re broke. It’s the way to see things differently so that you can make big changes.

Credit Card Tips for Holiday Budgeting

by Evita Page

Have you begun your holiday shopping? Your credit card doesn’t have to take a brutal hit if you follow these tips.

Layaway Plans: What You Need to Know

by Jon Dell

Ready for the holiday season? Layaways are popular once again and with new announcements from big retailers, it could be the best year yet for this tried and true shopping tradition.

28% of Americans Have No Savings

by Jon Dell

Things aren’t getting better with the economy and most simply aren’t able to save money when they’re paying down debt and trying to keep groceries stocked and a roof over their families. Take advantage of other cost cutting measures, like paying down credit card debt.

Is $400 Reasonable for Credit Card Annual Fee?

by Beth May

First Premier is offering a secured credit card offer than can easily cost consumers at least $400 a year. Here are other offers that are more in line with what consumers are looking for.

First National Bank of Omaha Credit Car Offers

by Beth May

FNBO was the first bank to ever issue credit cards in the United States. Learn more about this bank, its achievements and its credit card offers.

Why Your 401(k) Isn’t the Solution for Credit Card Debt

by Antonio Bard

Thinking your retirement fund will save your finances? You may be digging a much deeper hole by that taking that route. Here are a few reasons why, along with ideas on other options for eliminating your credit card debt.