Wednesday, April 24th, 2019
News Author: Beth May
Those holding out hopes that the holiday season would boost the economy are disappointed with the less than one percent retail sales growth.
There are at least five common methods used to drain unsuspecting credit card users. Here’s what to look for.
Do your children get an allowance? Do they have chores to earn it or is it simply “allowed”? Here’s what the new numbers reveal about kids and cash.
The fiscal cliff is front and center on the evening news, but there’s more financial legislation at risk, too.
Here are a few programs designed just for our military and veterans. JPMorgan Chase offers many opportunities and programs.
The multi billion dollar credit card swipe fee settlement is nearing, but merchants are still saying it’s incomplete.
We’ve suspected it; after all, there are so many Americans who are struggling financially and who no longer have access to traditional financial products like checking accounts and credit cards. Now, though, we’ve confirmed what we’ve suspected for months: more …
The lawsuits keep coming. This time, the government is targeting Bank of America and one-time lender Countrywide Financial Services
President Obama reminded Americans he signed the Lilly Ledbetter Act in 2009, but what does it mean for the wallets of millions of American women?
Despite the enormous amount of information that shows in your credit report, there’s a lot more that doesn’t, such as your employment history.
More car loans are being financed for a staggering 7 years. Is it too much and is the irony lost that most marriages don’t even last that long?
A poorly-worded clause in the 2009 CARD Act would eliminate problems securing a credit card by stay at home parents and possible domestic abuse victims.