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This Is What Makes You Savvy

You may be taking time off from work to go lounge on the beach this Summer, but you certainly haven't taken a break from sharing all of your savvy thoughts and tips. Here are some of your excellent comments from this week.

That's exactly why you DON'T make loans to family that you HAVE to get back. My family always said "only loan what you won't miss".

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    Here's the approach that we took: Prior to getting married, my husband and I both had Citi rewards credit cards (separate accounts, we both just happened to have cards with Citi because they have a decent cash back program). Rather than open a new joint account, we each added the spouse as an "authorized user". Thus, we both maintain our credit history PLUS we can double up our rewards.


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sfbutterfly24 sfbutterfly24 8 years
LadyAngels comment is exactly how I am. I only "loan" what I would not mind giving people as a gift. That way if they never pay it back I don't mind.
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