While some ceilings are interesting to ponder, many Americans aren’t interested in thinking about our nation’s debt ceiling. Here’s why they should.
The Penn State Alumni Association received nearly $5 million last year from banks issuing affiliated credit cards. But nationwide, the numbers are nothing to cheer about.
Credit card companies are once again trolling for new card customers. Their favorite bait? Rewards like airline miles. But if you want to land a great rewards card, show up with great credit.
There’s only one more vote separating banks from much lower debit card fees. If it happens, it’s certain that retailers win and banks lose. But what about consumers?
More than one in five Americans have turned to alternative lenders like payday loans, pawn shops, or advances on payday loans during the past five years. And two in five have paid substantial interest, fees, or both due to bad borrowing habits.
There’s been a lot of negative news about the economy lately. But here’s some good news: More consumers are able to pay their bills.
If you’re a recent grad or know someone who is, here’s a checklist that will help start life on the right financial foot.