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My Husband Makes Me Show Receipts for Everything I Buy

Pay Dirt is Slate’s new money advice column. Have a question? Send it to Athena and Elizabeth here. (It’s anonymous!) My partner grew up poor, while I grew up more middle-class. He has always controlled all our finances, and spends hours monthly on budgeting and checking bills, credit cards, etc. I’ve never known anybody who obsesses like this. All income, including gifts, goes to the joint account, and I have to keep receipts for everything I buy, down to a coffee, so he can record and check it. We have a fairly big (but manageable) mortgage, and our child has added many more costs to our lives, but otherwise we’re OK.
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Citi Launches New 5% Cash-Back Credit Card

On June 10, Citi launched a brand-new credit card to compete with the small contingent of cards that offer rotating bonus rewards categories. Like the Chase Freedom Flex and Discover it Cash Back, the new Citi Custom Cash Card offers 5% cash back on select categories, but the categories are slightly less arbitrary than those of its competitors.
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Should You Pay Your Credit Card's Minimum, Statement, or Current Balance?

Your credit card has several different amounts you can pay. The one you choose has a big impact on how much interest you get charged -- or if you need to pay interest at all. For people who are starting out with credit cards, paying the bill can be more confusing than expected. When you log in to your online account and go to the payment page, there will be three amount options: The minimum balance, statement balance, and current balance. Or, you can choose to pay a custom amount.
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Amazon Considering a Credit Card Breakup with Chase

Amazon is reportedly fielding bids to replace Chase as the issuer for its Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card and Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card. American Express, which issues the retail giant's business credit cards, and Synchrony Financial, which manages the Amazon store card portfolio and a secured credit card, are both in the running. According to people familiar with the matter, Chase is willing to part with the Amazon rewards card portfolio.
Credits & LoansThe Points Guy

An ideal hotel card for a brand-agnostic traveler: A review of the Hotels.com credit card

The Hotels.com® Rewards Visa® Credit Card offers flexibility for travelers who aren’t loyal to a specific hotel brand. And with no foreign transaction fees and travel protection benefits, this no-annual-fee card has some decent perks going for it. However, the lack of category bonuses and an unorthodox redemption process hamper this otherwise solid offering. Card Rating*: ⭐⭐⭐½
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How to Hack Your Monthly Bills and Save for What You Really Want This Summer

As we slowly start to return to “normal” life, there are a lot of things we would rather put our hard-earned cash towards than bills — like restaurant reservations or plane tickets. As our monthly expenses are likely to include a bit more of the outside world, it’s a particularly good time to review where your money is going every month, and where you might be able to save a few dollars. With these tips in mind, you may just be able to scrounge up enough to splurge on new luggage, too.
Credits & LoansForbes

8 Reasons to Consider A Business Credit Card Instead Of A Personal Card

Whether you have your own small business or simply want to keep your work purchases separate from personal ones, you might want to consider opening a business credit card. Many business credit cards offer the same, if not better rewards compared with their personal counterparts so you can rack up extra points, miles or cash back on the types of purchases you need to make anyway.
Personal FinanceEntrepreneur

How to Avoid Getting into Debt in the First Place

This book gives you the essential guide for easy-to-follow tips and strategies to create more financial success. It seems like summer always becomes the most expensive month of the year for my family. Between summer vacations, landscaping projects (why are rocks, found in nature, so expensive?!) and more… Yikes. It's easy to slide into debt. The truth is, no matter how savvy of a trader or investor you are, you can still end up in debt.
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Cleared for Takeoff: How to book a 10-night trip for two to Thailand with points and miles

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Do you have the best credit card for Amazon Prime Day?

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SALT Lending Announces a New Crypto Credit Card—With a Twist

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How to Save Even More Money on Amazon Prime Day Deals This Year

Amazon’s annual Prime Day sale — which is in fact two days — will be taking place on June 21 and 22 this year. Prime Day is open to all Amazon Prime members, those who have enrolled in Amazon’s $119 annual membership program that comes with perks like free, two-day shipping on a wide variety of items.
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Your guide to the Chase Ink Business credit cards

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