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Posted: 05/12/11's Erica Sandberg relays a story about one memorable encounter she had as a credit counselor with someone who needed a reality check about her finances. See what you can learn from her story about Mary and her daughter's horse riding lessons.
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Posted: 04/15/11
Got credit card debt? Lots of people do. It's lame -- but it doesn't have to last forever.'s Erica Sandberg shows you how you can escape from credit card debt in five easy to understand steps.
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Posted: 1/10/11
In this spoof of the wildly popular haul video genre, "Bridget" gives the rundown of her latest haul of purchases from Forever 21 and Urban Outfitters -- until's Connie Prater jumps in to give her a reality check about just how much trouble impulse buying can be.

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Posted: 12/16/10
Amp up the wow factor when you give gift cards this Christmas.'s Cynthia Drake -- on a mission to rid the world of naked gift cards -- presents three fun, simple ideas for jazzing up those gift cards this year.
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Posted: 10/08/10
 Just because an outfit looked great on you when you were 16 doesn't mean you'd be caught dead in it today, right? The same goes for your credit card.
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Posted: 09/29/10
How much abuse can a credit card take and still work? Will it swipe after you bake it? Or if you use it as a shovel? Reporter Angela Grant puts some cards through a series of experiments and then tests them to see if they still function.
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Posted: 09/03/10
New federal rules require banks to get your permission before they enroll you in overdraft protection. Should you opt in? Before you decide, watch this video explaining the ins and outs of overdraft protection and the advantages and disadvantages of opting into it.
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Updated: 03-18-2019