It’s absurdly common to be rejected for credit because–at least on the paperwork, somewhere–you’re dead. If you are alive, here’s how to prove it and move on.
Credit & Debt
How this California company steered consumers to billions worth of costlier loans, and now must pony up $19 million for alleged ‘deceptive practices.’
Some credit cards offer to cover damage to a rental car so you won’t need the expensive collision damage waiver coverage pushed by the rental companies. But will this free credit card benefit really offer the protection it promises?
It’s easy to become complacent about housing costs, but you should be prepared for these common changes and re-evaluate your budget on a regular basis.
Are you among the 32 percent of Americans who wish they had just said no to student loans? Instead of wallowing in regret, follow some of these debt management tips.
Nearly half of households would struggle to come up with $400 for an emergency. And one factor especially contributes to Americans’ inability to save.
Two incidents recently involving gift cards and mobile payments show why it’s so important that consumers keep a careful eye on their money — in all its forms.