Big banks can’t seem to catch a break. On Wednesday afternoon, they lost a vote that would have delayed the implementation of the rule capping so-called “swipe” fees.
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If this is the year you tie the knot, here’s some advice on merging your money, along with a few possible credit cards for couples.
Starting in July, the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will start accepting complaints about deceptive and abusive financial products, from credit cards to payday loans. While you’re waiting, here are three other ways to voice your displeasure.
Credit card defaults and delinquencies have dropped to levels not seen since the start of the Great Recession.
If you’re feeling pain at the pump, one thing you might try is a credit card that offers rebates on gas purchases. But beware: this plastic comes equipped with plenty of fine print. Here’s the skinny on some of the most popular cards.
It’s been two years since the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure Act became law. A new study suggests it may have done at least part of what Congress intended.
According the Federal Reserve, banks are ready to embark on a lending binge. But they may be lacking a key ingredient: borrowers.