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Kaycee Cuaira is a Texas-barred lawyer with an affinity for personal finance and planning. She has lived in Brazil, India, and Mozambique but prefers to live in places with four seasons.

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Recent Blogs

World Travel On the Cheap Using Credit Card Rewards

Traveling using credit card points is a popular way to explore the world and go to places you never imagined you could afford.  If you think that travel is only for the rich or for those who earn a lot of frequent flyer miles, think again. When you know a few basic tricks, you can take cheap and exotic vacations without spending a lot.

Read on to learn how you can start using your credit cards to travel around the world on the cheap.

4 Things to Know About Debt Consolidation

People around the world are making resolutions for the new year, and if one of yours is to pay down debt, then consider consolidating your credit card debt and/or other unsecured debt, especially if they have high interest rates.

Debt consolidation, however, is not a one-size-fits-all option.  Keep reading for 4 good things to know about debt consolidation to help you decide whether or not it will be beneficial for you.

3 Simple Ways to Help Your Teenager Build Great Credit

When I was 16 years old, my mom did something I didn’t think about too much until I was older and getting ready to buy a home: she added me as an authorized user on one of her credit cards. I can’t exactly quantify the advantage this gave me at the time, but it appears to have given me the initial boost I needed to get my credit moving in the right direction from a young age.

Read on for 3 simple ways to help your teenager build great credit.

6 Tips For Having a No-Regrets Holiday Season

The holiday season is in full swing, and most consumers in the U.S. will spend almost a thousand dollars on gifts, food, decorations, tips, entertaining and travel. But there’s no need to put yourself in a hole financially to enjoy the season. If you plan properly—and stick to your plan—you can have a more enjoyable, regret-free holiday.  

Read on for six ways for making this holiday season work for you.

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