March was a great month at Credit Addict. I just wanted to take a moment to thank those of you who have stopped by and commented. There aren’t too many of you (yet), but readership is definitely on the upswing. If you like what you see here, please consider having the full-text of everything that I write delivered to you via RSS or e-mail.
Here are my favorite posts from the month of March:
» How to Place a Fraud Alert on Your Credit Record
» What Do Credit Card Numbers Mean?
» Can Merchants Require a Minimum Purchase for Credit Card Transactions?
» Can Merchants Require an ID for Credit Card Transactions?
» Disney Rewards Visa – What’s the Deal?
» How to Improve Your Credit Score
» What is a “Secured” Credit Card?
» Real-World Performance of the Chase Freedom Rewards Card
» Beware of Falling Credit Limits
» Warren Buffett’s Credit Score
And here’s what was going on over at FiveCentNickel.
» The Value of Doing Your Own Taxes
» Thoughts From the Cayman Islands: Bank, Banks, Banks
» Middle-Class Millionaires?
» Past Performance Does Not Predict Future Returns
» Uncommon Charitable Tax Deductions
» The High Cost of Instant Gratification
» Seven Deadly Sins That Lead to Debt
» Save Money by Fixing Things Yourself
» The Lazy Cheapskate’s Guide to Saving the Planet
» Reconsidering Our Asset Allocation
» Ten Tips for Avoiding an Income Tax Audit
» Middle-Class Millionaires: Your Questions Answered
» How to Manage Your Asset Allocation With Multiple Accounts
» Investment Insights: Staying the Course
» Dealing With the (Possible) Theft of Your Personal Data