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Recent Credit CARD Act stories

Navigate the new credit card environment. Here's a guide to rules effective in 2011.
Bankrate's Leslie McFadden explains the effects of the new credit card law.
You may not have known that the CARD Act of 2009 also affects the gift cards in your wallet.
In a blow to credit card users, some rate hikes are not covered by the Credit CARD Act.
The Credit CARD Act does not apply to small-business credit cards. What can business people do?
Cardholders who carry a balance will benefit from the new law -- unless they break these rules.
The Credit CARD Act came into effect Monday. Here's what you need to know to benefit from it.
As the Credit CARD Act takes effect, Rep. Carolyn Maloney discusses cardholder protections.
The Credit CARD Act takes effect today. Here are the new tactics issuers may use.
A new survey found that 43 percent of consumers have seen recent changes to their credit card accounts.
Follow these tips to get the most out of a new credit card law that will benefit consumers in 2010.
Use credit cards wisely as you finish (or start) holiday shopping.
Credit card issuers are offsetting losses by hiking rates and imposing fees. Stay ahead of the game.
Sen. Dodd introduced a bill to freeze interest rates until February.
The financial crisis caused issuers to punish cardholders. What are the best moves to make now?
Here are the highlights of the Credit CARD Act of 2009 that benefit cardholders, some of which take effect today.
Many industry practices have become unfair, says Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney.
Credit card reforms may help consumers, but may also bring unintended consequences.
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