In a new poll from the Consumer Federation of America, respondents want Congress to set limits and add disclosures on bank overdraft fees.
We’re starting to see some effects from the exploding debt picture, and they aren’t positive ones for bank interest rate investors.
Now credit card companies are getting into the forbearance act. Here’s the deal — and how consumers can get in on it too.
The mainstream media is finally wising up to the thin gruel banks are offering up to loyal customers via low deposit rates.
There is still some leftover love for mortgage consumers after Valentine’s Day, with mortgage interest rates remaining relatively low this week.
Is mobile banking getting so pervasive that we can think the once unthinkable — the end of the bank branch office?
President Obama has been touting a new initiative that would increase small businesses lending. How can entrepreneurs get in on the action?
Beer of the month clubs, online subscriptions and trial memberships have one thing in common - they all rely on recurring credit card charges.
Here’s the story of one fed-up consumer who learned how to hit collection agencies where they hurt most — in the pocketbook.
Feb. 22 — the day that major credit card reforms go into effect — is right around the corner. What will happen on the big day?