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Looking for a new financial app or stock buying app? We review three of the better options on the market today.
Debt settlement programs might not be the best option for consumers with credit card debt. FCC has some recommendations.
Wedding season is quickly approaching. We can’t force newlyweds to learn the importance of APR and late payments, but there are some great credit card offers that can help them as they begin their new lives.
If it’s a no annual fee credit card you’re looking for, here are several recommendations, including Amex Blue Sky.
Google Wallet doesn’t have quite the following it’d hoped for, despite allowing Visa, Discover and Amex. Does it stand a chance?
The Discover “It” card was unveiled just today – and “It” offers benefits we’ve never seen in a credit card offer, including no late fee for your first late payment, if you ever need it.
Been considering a Discover card? Check out the best Discover card offers this year before you decide.
It appears on the surface there are few differences between prepaid debit card products and gift cards. One offers more protection courtesy of the new credit card laws.
Today college students face would-be employers who want to check their credit history, even if they have yet to establish one. A credit card can help them with that, if they choose wisely.
MasterCard has processes 35 billion transactions annually and now it’s selling the information from many of those transactions.
You hear all the time about comparison shopping for credit cards, but do you know how? We break it down here.
You can now snap a picture with your mobile phone and deposit it instantly if you’re a Bank of America customer.