What may look like American Express junk mail could actually be a check from a class-action lawsuit settlement related to foreign transaction fees.
Credit & Debt
Some reports seem to suggest that the average U.S. family is weighed down by more than $15,000 in outstanding credit card debt. Is it true?
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Home values are recovering, but nearly 20 percent of mortgaged homes still have negative equity.
Research repeatedly shows that credit cards make us spend more — especially on unhealthy things — and pay less attention to our finances than we otherwise would.
If you carry a balance, are you better off with a 0 percent introductory offer or a card that has a lower ongoing interest rate? Here’s how to choose.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau studied the impact of new regulations on how much people pay in overdraft fees. It’s still a lot.