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Weekly newsletter: March 19, 2015

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A look at 14,000 credit card complaints sent to the federal consumer bureau shows big differences in how cards solve disputes ... (See More)
The way you use a credit card is about to change significantly as the U.S. catches up with the rest of the world and moves to EMV cards. Here, in Q&A format, is what you need to know about the transition ... (See More)
When it comes to rewards, gas-brand cards remain stuck in the slow lane, with high APRs and limited paybacks. But they're useful for credit-building or a quick burst of savings ... (See More)
‘Cashing In’ by Tony Mecia
Closing a credit card can lower your credit score a bit, but if your annual fee is due and a more rewarding card beckons, it's probably worth it. More...
‘Your Business Credit’ by Elaine Pofeldt
No laws prohibit subscription-based businesses from guessing a customer's card expiration date to auto-renew payments, but the practice is iffy. More...
‘Opening Credits’ by Erica Sandberg
If you have filed a Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it should be deleted automatically from your credit reports after a several years -- but you better check. More...
"Paying down debt too quickly can be just as stressful as holding debt in the first place, or so I recently learned," writes blogger Sienna Kossman ... More
According to a forthcoming study in the Journal of Consumer Research, retailers could influence which products you prefer -- and how much you're willing to pay for them -- simply by placing them on a higher or lower shelf. ...  More
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