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When Financial Entities are Sued by Government

On Thursday, American consumers learned of two more instances where financial entities are sued by the government.

The Role Your Bank Plays in Protecting Your Finances

April 30, 2013

It’s frustrating, but your bank may be trying to help you by declining some credit card charges. Here’s what to do to make it easier.

Problems Continue for SAC, Senior Employees

April 2, 2013

Things continue to worsen for SAC Capital Advisors as Michael Steinberg was greeted by the FBI and handcuffs when he answered his door last week.

Equifax Violates FCRA, Fined

March 19, 2013

Equifax continues to violate U.S. financial laws, this time, compromising consumer privacy. Here’s what the FCC found.

Testimony on Rubio and American Express Misuse

February 7, 2013

Marco Rubio was accused two years ago of misusing an American Express issued to the Republican party. It’s come back to haunt him.

ING Direct: Just Call Us Capital One 360

February 5, 2013

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

BoA Small Business Lending Program

January 29, 2013

Bank of America has met its challenge to bring aboard 1,000 small business bankers. The goal is to provide resources and financial tools to the nation’s small business owners.

Do You Really Need to ‘Humanize’ Your Finances?

January 24, 2013

Heard of Simple? You will. It’s a new platform that really brings financial management to the forefront. It’s easy, though detailed, modern but still a breeze to incorporate into your financial tool box.

Contradictory Personal Finance News

January 17, 2013

It’s not until you explore the numbers that the picture emerges on two personal finance reports that are seemingly different. It becomes clear the message is the same in both, though.

New Financial Rules for New Year

January 3, 2013

New year and time for new financial habits, including checking your credit scores and negotiating with your credit card company.

Wall Street 2012: A Look Back

December 24, 2012

In a word, “unpredictable” is best used to describe the year on Wall Street. Here’s how the money movers made it happen.

Morgan Stanley Hit With $5M Fine

December 19, 2012

Morgan Stanley is facing its second massive fine this year. This time, the Facebook IPO brouhaha is cited as the reason for the $5 million fine.