The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is preparing some new rules to reform the payday loan industry.
Credit & Debt
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York published its latest report on debt and credit, but the real story about student loans is buried in its back pages.
If you’re hoping to negotiate a debt settlement, be aware that tactics that were useful a decade ago could backfire now.
New federal regulations target for-profit colleges in an effort to protect students from dismal job prospects and huge debt.
A recent survey finds that fewer people have enough money in rainy-day savings to pay off their credit card debt.
Should you get a secured credit card to establish or rebuild your credit? It depends on your unique financial situation. Here’s why.
Received an irresistible credit card offer in the mail? Proceed with caution or you may succumb to some of these common credit card traps.
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