The FDIC program that provided temporary deposit insurance in an effort to keep small businesses banking with its those in their communities is set to expire in December. The repercussions are many.
The successful CFPB will soon be overseeing the credit agencies in the U.S. including the three major bureaus.
The buzz is all about the Wallaby card and how it can help consumers make the most of their credit cards.
For years, lawsuits have worked their way through the American judicial system. Those fees merchants want to tack on to consumers using their credit cards are likely to appear on a receipt near you.
We’ve all heard peer to peer lending, but what is it and is it a viable option for those looking to secure personal loans?
Another celebrity has entered the prepaid debit card market. Is Magic Johnson’s the magic cure-all for celebrity endorsed financial products?
Imagine paying off your house within a year. Here’s one family’s unconventional way of living a simpler life that’s brought peace and happiness – along with no credit card debt or mortgage.
All eyes are on Stockton this week as it announces it will file bankruptcy within days. Talks with its creditors fell through after three months of negotiations.
Is the latest move by JPMorgan Chase an act of goodwill toward its customers or is a court ruling behind the announcement that it will no longer assess overdraft fees for debit card transactions less than $5?
Debt collection credit cards are controversial. Consumers see a way to improve their credit, but collection agencies and banks see a way to start the clock again on debt that’s past the statute of limitations.
The long-awaited CFPB database is now live. Consumers can now review a credit card company’s complaints by customers – and those companies are not happy.
Half of us won’t take a vacation this year. If you’re one of the lucky ones, pay attention to the details – it can make a world of difference in how much you pay in interest and credit card fees.