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Debt settlement programs might not be the best option for consumers with credit card debt. FCC has some recommendations.
The IRS accepts credit cards as payment options for your tax bill, but should you charge it to satisfy Uncle Sam?
Don’t fill up the landfills with those expired credit cards. Here are several great options that let you do good for the environment.
Brush up on the tax laws as we prepare for tax season. Learn more about credit card interest and what’s deductible.
Many consumers aren’t exactly sure of proper “bank speak”. This week, we explore some of the more commonly used terminology.
Here are some tips and advice from three credit counselors. Healthy discipline is key for a solid financial game plan.
Life is full of financial landmines. Here are a few of the more common problems our readers experience. Recognize any?
Finally – the warm summer months are upon us. Ready for vacation? Check out these credit card offers before you book your hotel or flights.
You might be surprised to learn just how easy it is to skim your credit card or bank information from gas pumps and other places you swipe. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Discover, Chase and all the other credit card companies are offering up sugary-sweet savings for Valentine’s Day. And the best part? If you’re unattached, you can overindulge in all that wonderful chocolate yourself and don’t forget to send yourself a nice bouquet of roses!
Chase and Discover are known for their great credit card offers, including impressive 0% APR offers and no annual fees.
The prepaid debit and credit card sector remains hot. Many like the absence of APRs and late fees. The trick is finding one with low fees.