Seemingly innocent use of another’s card can lead to legal trouble.
You can boost a child’s credit, but cards’ policies vary widely.
Having a card handy in a foreign land can ease parents’ anxiety.
You added a guest to your card. It backfired. What now?
Chase is no longer offering joint credit card accounts, joining American Express and Capital One.
Suri Cruise has a credit card with her name on it. Parenting advice aside, is it actually possible?
When it comes to credit cards, younger consumers want more credit. One-fifth of consumers under the age of 25 say they will open a new credit card account in 2011, according to a study by Auriemma Consulting Group, a firm based in New York that serves the financial services industry. A new federal law has
Getting a credit card may get tougher for stay-at-home moms. A proposed rule from the Federal Reserve Board could prevent a stay-at-home mom without independent income from being approved for a credit card in her own name. According to the proposed rule, credit card issuers must consider a person’s independent income rather than household income
Today I’m answering three credit card questions that landed in my column inbox. My wife had a credit card with a retail store. She listed me as an authorized user. I was not aware of this. She let this card go and it got charged off. (It was only $250. If she had told me about it,