According to one study, there's a $14 billion industry based on the notion that most people don't even glance at their credit card statements every month. Don't be a victim.
Financial responsibility is as important these days as reading, writing and arithmetic. But is your teen ready for a credit card or bank account? Here are four red flags that he's not.
You may not be stuck paying high interest rates on your credit card. These proven strategies could save you a bundle in the long run.
Banks can now see expanded details of your credit habits. This means more aggressive marketing -- and juicier credit card deals.
Maxing out your credit cards can ding your credit, but will it be a temporary sting or a years-long pain? And how can you help speed up recovery?
Matching cards to students' needs can be tricky, but these cards offer some benefits that can be especially useful to the college crowd.
No, your debit card is NOT the same thing as your credit card. For one, it doesn't afford the same protections in the case of fraudulent charges.
It seems obvious that if you're paying double-digit interest rates on a card balance that such an offer would save you money. It might, but it might not.
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