More than 60,000 U.S. homes have undergone successful loan modifications in the past year. But how will that affect homeowners' credit scores?
Debit card holders may not realize it, but a lot depends on whether or not you sign for a purchase. What’s the better deal for consumers?
A new tax on big banks who used bailout money could be passed on to customers in the form of less credit and higher rates.
A new study predicts mortgage rates will rise to just more than 6% this summer, meaning now's the time to lock in your rate.
Economic experts are already calling 2010 the Year of Accountability, as the CARD Act of 2009 kicks into high gear.
Uncertainty is once again the rule when it comes to certificate of deposit rates.
Among the back-and-forth volley over the economy's state, one fact is often overlooked — mortgage borrowers can get a very good deal.
When it comes to credit cards, the bank is king of the jungle, which is why the bank is offering a free zoo, museum and park promotion for cardholders.
If you’re under 35, chances are you’ve never heard the term “charge card” pass anyone’s lips, but they might be a better option for some consumers.