It's worth reading the terms of service to find out what PayPal does with your credit information -- particularly if you want to protect your credit scores.
Oh, the price you'll pay to access your own cash -- or for services like 'maintenance' and 'overdraft protection.' Here's how to keep more of your money for yourself.
In the US, about 80 percent of all payments are made without cash, a study says, but that's not enough to put the country among the most cashless.
Parents like to use these cards to give allowances or emergency cash to older kids, but they have other uses that probably haven't occurred to you.
Annual survey shows checking isn't getting any cheaper. Here's how you can save.
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.
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.
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