Hiding your cards, using only cash are just two ways to limit your purchases and debt.
United States consumers owe — or likely will very shortly — $1 trillion on their credit cards. Congratulations, America?
A new study says people who have both money in the bank and credit card debt may not pay off their balance out of fear.
Lenders appear to have varying policies when it comes to repeat customers, but pretty similar ones when it comes to credit checks.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued new regulations today aimed at ending the recurring cycle of debt from payday loans .
We should not fret about $1 trillion in credit card debt. Yet. Here’s why.
The top 4 responses from all bracket participants were: 1. Live within your means; 2. Start saving early; 3. Rein in debt, and 4. Use credit responsibly.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has asked a federal court to shut down a student debt-relief company that charged students millions of dollars in illegal upfront fees.
The recent Fed rate hike affects private student loans, too. Borrowers might want to take a second look at their most recent billing statements.
The controversial rapper pleaded with billionaire Mark Zuckerberg to help him out financially.