Some banks seem to be trying their darnedest to get you to overdraft your account. Here are five sneaky tactics they use, plus five ways to protect yourself.
Credit & Debt
It’s a common question: What happens to your credit when you cancel a credit card? Also, if you’re going to cancel a credit card, here’s how to do it right.
Discover offers yet another version of its popular Discover it card.
The recent massive data breach at Target has many questioning why U.S. credit cards haven’t switched to the more secure chip and PIN technology found elsewhere in the world.
If you’re among the millions of Americans who received Target’s free credit monitoring offer email recently, you might be wondering what to do next. First, beware of fake emails.
Big banks are doing away with ‘deposit advance loans,’ which many have compared to payday loans.
Here are nine steps to guide you to finding a better bank than the one that’s driving you nuts with high fees and lousy customer service.