Between a possible reduction in asset purchases and a shift in leadership, interest rates may be headed upward. But when?
The Senate Banking Committee has approved the nomination of Janet Yellen as Federal Reserve chair.
The CFPB held an Auto Finance Forum recently to discuss auto lending discrimination.
In the wake of the partial government shutdown, the Federal Reserve is continuing monthly asset purchases.
Marilyn Cohen, founder of Envision Capital Management, provides her analysis of the bond market. She suggests a bunker mentality for investors.
Let’s go over some of the ways the CARD Act protects consumers.
Credit unions keep free checking, hoping to lure members in for the long haul.
This week’s podcast features car sales, college credit for employee training, the outlook for interest rates, and the awesome boost you get to your credit score when your credit report is corrected.
Recalling the experience of the 2007-2008 financial crisis, we don’t want excitement. Maybe we should just be happy with bland for a while.
Despite higher mortgage rates, you can still trim your home loan costs. Find out how.