Debt settlement programs might not be the best option for consumers with credit card debt. FCC has some recommendations.
It took several years, but First Premier is free to charge its consumers high pre account fees before sending out that credit card.
New trends are troublesome, including the triple digit foreclosure increases in several states. More than three dozen states are seeing some kind of rise in foreclosure.
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.
Before the weekend is over, you might discover a financial windfall. Check your state treasurer’s website. Many use their funds for paying off credit cards, savings or weekend getaways.
al-Qassam Cyber Fighters promised they would begin their denial of service attacks again this spring. True to their word, they’ve already hit one big bank this week.
It seems like one step forward and two steps back for Bank of America as it tries to avoid negative public relations.
A new FTC and CFPB report reveals it’s time for an overhaul in American credit bureaus.
You save, put money to your retirement and make your credit card payments on time. Here are six common sense rules you might not have incorporated.
Council for Economic Education, Junior Achievement, and the Jump Start Coalition prepare for their annual financial literacy day.
Kids in the UK are already ahead in the financial game – they must be financially literate before graduating high school. Why can’t the U.S. step up to the plate?
Fifth Third is setting the example for helping its unemployed bank customers with mortgages. Here’s how it’s accomplishing that.