Martha C. White

Martha C. White writes about consumer credit, debt and retail banking for and previously contributed to AOL's She has written about business, finance and the economy for outlets including Slate, the New York Times, and Fast Company. A native of New Jersey and graduate of Princeton University, White resides in upstate New York.

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Lumps of Coal: The Worst Store Credit Card Offers of the Season

This time of year, you can hardly stroll past a store or log onto a retailer’s website without getting bombarded with offers for special financing via that merchant’s proprietary credit card. Many of them tout no-interest financing for a year, two years — sometimes even longer. But not all of these deals are created equal. All come …

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