Just how companies decide how much credit to issue is complex, but here are the factors you can control, and why it matters
Credit & Debt
New research looks at the way different types of debt affect people’s outlook.
Fraudsters have some savvy techniques to try and get you to turn over the three- or four-digit security pin code on the back of your credit card.
More than half of Americans have subprime credit scores. But these states are the best apples in a very bad bunch.
Times have changed since the 30-year mortgage formed the crux of the American Dream. Here’s some 2015 perspective on “buying in” to the housing market.
This week: A look at frugality vs. stealing, why you should wear the same outfit every day, old — but valuable — stuff you should sell, how to cool off without AC and fun facts about money.
Given the fantastic pace of innovation, here’s what we can expect from our credit cards in the next five years.