What's inside your house may cancel your homeowner insurance. Here's how to make sure this doesn't happen.
Somewhere, somehow, someway, there’s a bank deal with your name on it — no matter what's going on at Wall Street or Washington.
Americans are prioritizing their debt in an interesting hierarchy. But is it helping or hurting them?
As long as the economy keeps stalling while our leaders promise us a recovery is on the way, don’t expect CD rates to pop up anytime soon.
Ever open your credit card statement to find your payment date has been changed? It's a trick card companies are using to squeeze fees out of you.
Last week's stock market drop has actually been a good thing to mortgage investors, who saw rates drop in the wake of wall street's turmoil.
A government agency is out with a brand new toy that helps home borrowers figure out how much they’ll pay in closing costs from lender to lender
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.