Tuesday, March 31st, 2020
News Author: Beth May
The 60 Minutes report on credit reporting and the three big bureaus earlier this year uncovered a host of problems. How to decipher the double talk and get into the details.
It might not be the credit card companies or banks breaking financial news this week, but you can be sure these stories will affect your personal finances.
It’s fascinating to realize every time we apply for a credit card or bank account online, the technology provides for answers within seconds. Ever wonder how they do that?
Visa and MasterCard offer up a mixed bag of profits and updates. Swipe fee lawsuits and technology play a role, too.
Barclays continues its efforts of trying to repair its image. Can CEO Antony Jenkins pull it off?
A new survey reveals just how distrustful we’ve become when it comes to our financial institutions, specifically, the nation’s banks. We agree they’re still “too big to fail”
That late credit card payment could cost you more than a late charge and higher credit card APR, it could be the reason you can’t get insurance.
CFPB reports credit discrimination is not uncommon. Here’s what to look for.
Marco Rubio was accused two years ago of misusing an American Express issued to the Republican party. It’s come back to haunt him.
For ING Direct’s one million customers, there’s a new player in the game and it’s a familiar credit card name: Capital One
Rapid rescoring is a tool mortgage brokers use to help consumers qualify for a home loan. It can’t be used, though, for credit card or student loan approvals.
New year and time for new financial habits, including checking your credit scores and negotiating with your credit card company.