A new Department of Education report reveals it’s now 15% more expensive to attend college. Will college enrollment drop and force the American dream further out reach?
Here are some tips and advice from three credit counselors. Healthy discipline is key for a solid financial game plan.
Does an American Express prepaid credit card raise the bar in this sector? Card holders have perks no other prepaid product offers.
You’ve earned your college degree and now you’re thinking it’s time to start building your financial history. The right credit card can help you achieve your goals – but choose wisely.
Will same sex couples ever enjoy the same benefits as their heterosexual counterparts? Joint banking and credit card accounts were, at one time, out of reach.
Even though American millionaires account for 1% of the population, close to half of all Congressional members are millionaires. Does this mean they can’t understand the difficulties many face on a daily basis?
Losing sleep over financial worries? You’re not alone. There are many economic worries that are keeping Americans awake at night.
With so many government agencies, new and updated laws and compliance considerations, and a host of other financial dynamics, it can be difficult for consumers to understand their rights and where to turn for help.
Is the 2009 CARD Act realistic with goals of preventing more Americans from making less than ideal credit choices or is too much government control?
2012 isn’t at its halfway mark yet, but there’s no denying a few credit card offers are surpassing the competition. Check out those rising to the top so far for the year.
Things aren’t looking so good for the economic outlook in 2013. Politicians are too busy with the upcoming election to pay attention to things like the very real possibility of another recession in 2013.
Life is full of financial landmines. Here are a few of the more common problems our readers experience. Recognize any?