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Best Travel Rewards Cards

‘Tis the season to rack up some serious travel rewards points. Just make sure your card matches your spending style, says card expert Beverly Harzog.    If you...want a straightforward, high-yield program: Go with the Capital One Venture...

A 60° Winter Windfall

You’re so lucky: Depending on what kind of heating fuel you used this winter, you probably saw your bill drop by 5% (for electricity), almost 9% (for propane), and 13% for natural gas.*   But did you snatch up that extra windfall each month?   We...

Timeshares for People Who Hate Timeshares

It’s the end of your stay at a fabulous hotel… the butter-soft sheets, the breezy tennis courts just a stroll away…and you just don’t want to leave.   It turns out that you might be able to stay--or at least visit more often, by purchasing...

A New Wrinkle in Botox

Cosmetic procedures continue to gain popularity, despite the downturn.   One of the most common reasons new patients give for polishing their appearance: To give themselves an edge in the job market.   Although one study shows that your looks can...

Get More Points in Your Favor

Frequent flyer miles. Hotel rewards. Credit card points. The more you have, the more perks you get. To amass as many points as possible, Brian Kelley, a.k.a. The Points Guy, shared some insider tips. Earn while you eat. Register your credit card...

New Rules Make Airfares Clear

Women tend to be the travel agents of the family (among other roles), so when the comparison-shopping game changes, you need to know. Today, you can say goodbye to misleading ticket prices. According to new Department of Transportation rules, all...

Build Your Best Cellar, for Less

Envy your pals who always seem to serve the perfect bottle of wine? Envy ends here—once you start your own wine cellar, stocked (yes) with bottles for $30 or less.   Pick It The trick is picking bottles that are “age-worthy,” says Mark Censits,...

When Data Leaks

You know you should protect yourself when you shop online, but this week’s hack of Zappos.com puts a fresh twist on how to do that. The hackers only accessed data like names, emails, and addresses—no credit card numbers. But that’s enough...

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