The average 30-year fixed rate is expected to jump above 5% next year, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
How the Obama administration's new consumer protection adviser will help consumers.
A credit score of 500 will get you a car loan, but a score of 720 will get you a much better rate.
Could the 30-year rate fall below 4%? Experts consider the possibility.
Are the new restrictions on card companies worth the tradeoffs we were warned to expect -- less credit and higher interest rates?
More people are refinancing into short-term loans. Is this right for you?
Confusing my credit card with my debit card at the ATM is going to cost me.
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