Opening a credit card for emergencies could help your credit — if you use the card properly.
You can comfortably assume when you open a new credit card and transfer balances from one or several other cards to it, something will happen to your credit score.
Some credit cards will refund the difference on a new purchase made with that card if you later find another merchant selling the same item at a lower price.
The warning signs are usually right in front you, but that just may be the toughest place to spot a problem.
I set my annual gift budget based on the amount of cash-back rewards I’ve earned throughout the year. If it’s been a good spending year, bully for my gift recipients. Otherwise, sorry I’ve been a Scrooge.
If you’ve purchased a home in the last six months, now might be the time to apply for a credit card with a zero percent interest introductory offer.
How can you best be sure you’re taking full advantage of Brexit-influenced pricing? Use your credit card.
A new study finds charge-offs during part of the recession played less a roll in the decline in credit card debt than perhaps once believed.
Here are 5 pieces of bad credit advice Trump University employees handed out — all in an alleged effort to coax people to pay thousands of dollars for investing courses.
Convenience is nice, but it’s not the No. 1 reason why borrowers should consider a personal loan.