A provision in the federal budget that creates an exception for some debt collectors runs counter to recent progress by the Federal Communications Commission to restrict non-emergency robocalls.
Credit & Debt
The court ruled against the shuttered for-profit college chain for its predatory lending practices, a decision that could lay the groundwork to help indebted former students.
Companies may be billing you more than the next customer based on your credit report, but they have to let you know, and there are ways to fight it.
A judge agrees with a father that it’s OK to let his Ivy-League educated offspring fend for themselves.
One gem takes a billion years or so to make, the other about 10 weeks. Other than that, they are indistinguishable to all but experts with special equipment.
So-called ‘affinity cards’ that rack up the miles or other spending perks with specific brands are losing their allure. And this columnist says it’s high time.
There’s a less expensive way, and then there’s the way that works for you. The two may not be the same. Read on.