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Tying the knot doesn’t mean your credit will follow suit. Take a look at these common credit myths about marriage.
Should you get a secured credit card to establish or rebuild your credit? It depends on your unique financial situation. Here’s why.
These fictional TV moms may be drug dealers, superheroes or dealing with a zombie apocalypse, but they haven’t been taking good care of their credit.
A new survey reveals Americans are most embarrassed to admit their amount of credit card debt.
Here are seven simple tips to help newbies in the credit world borrow money and build a credit history.
The answer to that question is probably a bit more complicated than you would think.
Be a responsible and thoughtful owner, and both will reward you handsomely.
Does your holiday spending still have you drowning in a sea of credit card debt? Here’s how to quickly slash those outstanding balances.
Researchers have been looking for years at results from nicotine patches and gum, classes, buddies, medicines and behavioral techniques. Here’s what works and what doesn’t.
After the Target data breach, consumers should know the risks and benefits of debit vs. credit cards to know what they’re getting into when they pay.
Your credit card may be more valuable than you think. These are the types of benefits you should be looking for when you’re shopping for a new card or wondering what your current card provides.
CareerCast releases its annual list of the worst (and best) jobs. How does your job rank?
April showers mean more indoor time for online shopping. But it doesn’t mean rain boots will be on sale.
Remember Murphy’s Law? Make your finances rock solid with these 10 financial products.
A Senate bill would mandate free annual credit scores for consumers.
It’s a common question: What happens to your credit when you cancel a credit card? Also, if you’re going to cancel a credit card, here’s how to do it right.
You can take steps to immediately begin turning a poor credit score into a stellar one.
Everyone wants a 0 percent credit card, but what’s the catch? Here’s a simple checklist you can use to uncover potential flies in the ointment.
The recent massive data breach at Target has many questioning why U.S. credit cards haven’t switched to the more secure chip and PIN technology found elsewhere in the world.