Steve Stewart


  • Economy & Politics
  • Investing
  • Personal Finance
  • What’s Wrong With Getting Rid Of Credit Cards?

    I was surprised by a BankRate survey that showed 63 percent of Americans ages 18 to 29 don’t have a credit card. Why is that? Is it because they can’t qualify? Of course not -- every gas station, hardware store and department store will offer you their... Read More >>

    Coin Has Its Problems; Obsolescence Isn’t One Of Them

    I'm really excited about Coin, an electronic card that is the size of a credit card and stores up to eight debit, credit and gift card account numbers in one. I was one of the first people to order a Coin, and mine will be shipping soon. However, Coin... Read More >>

    Is Overdraft Protection A Good Deal?

    If you are shopping for a new bank account, then you want to be informed about overdraft protection. Banks love to offer overdraft protection to new customers, but is it a good deal for you? What Is Overdraft Protection? Overdraft protection is a... Read More >>

    Best Practices For Investing In A Down Market

    In the past few weeks, we have seen the market go up quite a bit; but we've also seen it drop a full percentage point. Experts have been warning us about a double-dip recession, saying it's "a time to be worried.” If you are a buy-and-hold investor like me,... Read More >>

    What To Do When Your Card Is Stolen

    Don’t be alarmed; just be prepared: Your plastic is about to be stolen. According to a Bureau of Justice’s report on identity theft in 2012, the victim population was 16.6 million people. That means identity theft occurs once every two... Read More >>

    Is It Moral To Take The Earned Income Credit?

    One of my listeners is a stay-at-home mom for a young family of four. The family lives off of the husband’s military income and money is tight. Last month they discovered they qualify for the Earned Income Credit and would receive a refund larger than what... Read More >>

    Biggest Credit Score Myths

    Credit scores are the greatest distraction of our youth today. So many college students and young adults look for advice about how to improve their scores, yet many of us don’t fully understand how they work. There is a ton of free advice at the fingertips... Read More >>

    Can A President Go Bankrupt?

    Undoubtedly, you have heard about debt ceilings and government shutdowns. The overspending problem in Washington is only getting worse, and there is no indication that anyone will be changing his tune. Our country is heading the wrong way financially, and... Read More >>

    What A Fuel-Efficient Car Could Be Costing You

    It makes sense to have a more fuel-efficient car than a gas-guzzler. Not only is it good for the environment, but it also will save you hundreds of dollars on gas. This one benefit has given dealerships a powerful argument for why you should buy a more... Read More >>

    Pros And Cons Of Free Credit Report

    It is unfortunate that everyone needs to review his credit report at some point. Even if you have never borrowed money before and never plan to again, the chances of someone making an error that effects your good name is huge. Statistics show that 25 percent... Read More >>

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