Most low-interest credit cards charge you to transfer a balance. This one pays you, then charges an interest rate of only 8 percent. Too good to be true?
Credit & Debt
Can you still use a credit card if it gets wet? Of course.
These sneaky charges amount to more than $14 billion on consumers’ credit cards in a year. Are they popping up on your bills?
Yet again, auto complaints head the Consumer Federation of America’s list of top consumer grievances.
This week: How to save on kids ages 0-18, how cutting the cable saves more than just money, how to get a loan with bad credit, how to save when you’re pregnant, and why there are so many credit scores.
Crime rings like to use credit cards stolen from around the world in the U.S., but, oddly enough, our stolen cards aren’t worth as much to them as foreign ones.
Facing a mountain of debt is enough to cause fear and inertia to kick in. Here’s how to defeat them.