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4th of July: Major Retailers That Are Open and Closed for Independence Day 2014

With Independence Day almost upon us, one can’t avoid all the advertising about 4th of July sales on TV and in print. This might lead one to believe all retail stores will be open on the Fourth of July, even … Continue reading

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Credit Sesame Offers Free Identity Theft Protection to Target Data Breach Victims

When Target exposed credit card information of 70 million of its customers, one of the things they did was to offer them one year of free credit monitoring. For the Target customers that wanted to take advantage of the free … Continue reading

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What Stores are Open on Cinco de Mayo?

It can often be difficult to know what businesses are open or closed when smaller holidays roll around, but it’s good to know so that you don’t end up taking the time to go to a business only to find … Continue reading

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Neiman Marcus Credit Card Information Stolen: Steps to Take to Protect Yourself

It appears that Target wasn’t the only retailer to suffer a credit card breach during the holiday shopping season. It’s being reported that the upscale retailer Neiman Marcus has had an unknown number of customer credit and debit cards exposed … Continue reading

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How Target’s “Free” Credit Monitoring Offer Can Cost You

In my original post about the Target credit card data breach, I mentioned that one of the things that Target was likely to do was to offer a free year of credit card monitoring. This is what they included in … Continue reading

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The Target Credit Card Breach Could Personally Cost You More Than $600

I’ve been telling friends who have shopped at Target this holiday season to make sure that they cancel their debit and credit cards and get new ones. I’ve been surprised that some seem fairly nonchalant about it, and they aren’t … Continue reading

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Cancelling Target Stolen Credit Card Shouldn’t Hurt Your Credit Score

Anyone who has shopped at Target during the holiday season (November 29 through December 15, 2013) and used a credit card or debit card (including the Target Red Card) for the transaction has likely had their information compromised. There are … Continue reading

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Target Credit Card Information Stolen: Steps You Should Take to Protect Yourself

Target is a great place to save money, but it’s being reported that up to 40 million credit and debit cards have been compromised (including the Target Red Cards). The theft took place from November 27 though December 15, 2013. … Continue reading

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The Target Red Card Decision

Lately I’ve been thinking about getting the Target Red debit card. (Note that this post is strictly about the debit card. Target also offers a credit card which offers similar benefits to the debit card, but also acts like a … Continue reading

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10 Ways To Save Money At Target

For a lot of people, Target is their go to place. It’s one of those stores that you visit when you’re looking to do most of your shopping in one place. They basically have it all including food, clothing, furniture, … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With Staying Home?

This week we had a snowstorm. To many areas of the country this is no big deal. However, where I live we don’t “do” snow. We don’t have bi snow removal operations, most of us natives don’t know how or … Continue reading

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How’s Your Money Attitude?

I am sure that almost everyone would say they would like to improve their financial position in some way. For many, it would be getting out from under mountains of credit card debt or paying off school loans. Others may … Continue reading

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