This reader wants to increase his credit line to build his credit, but his bank isn’t cooperating. The solution is simple…
Credit & Debt
Want a simple card with a 0 percent interest rate? This might be the plastic for you. But then again, maybe not.
Young adults have been quicker to tackle debt during and after the recession than their elders.
This reader has credit cards, but is reluctant to use them – after all, aren’t they bad? As it turns out, no. In fact, they can be a consumer’s best friend.
From two names you may have heard before: Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles. It’s an attempt to get Republicans and Democrats to meet halfway. Again.
Some Republicans are trying to stop the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from operating, despite the protections and money it’s won back for wronged consumers.
Most cash-back cards offer a paltry 1 percent rebate. Here’s one that, depending on how you spend, can earn you six times as much.