Policymakers should consider requiring people to take a basic financial quiz.
National Foundation for Consumer Credit warns consumers to avoid negative consequences of Black Friday overspending.
My impossible dream of paying off debt came true. It can for you, too.
Let’s go over some of the ways the CARD Act protects consumers.
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The CARD Act contained provisions to keep young people out of credit card debt. Was it necessary?
Learn from the steps one writer used to make her credit card debt disappear.
Sometimes it seems that investors get a kick out of lousy economic news. Greg McBride, Bankrate’s senior financial analyst, explains that it’s about investors’ addiction to what the Federal Reserve is providing. Economist Robert Brusca wonders whether it’s a good idea to install a window into the sausage factory that is the Fed’s monetary policy process. And Janna Herron, Bankrate’s credit card analyst, explains what’s wrong with free money.
Car buyers with bad credit are getting increasingly bigger car loans as the economy improves, according to TransUnion.
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