The gap between 15-year and 30-year fixed mortgage rates is widening — and that’s good news if you’re shopping for a home.
Bank rates are at the mercy of increasing public debt these days, but there are still some deals to be had in checking accounts and credit cards.
The new British invasion is called “chip and PIN” and here’s how it’s set to change your credit card life — if it ever makes it over the big pond.
CD investors take it on the chin this week, as interest rates remain low across the board.
Several schools have repealed pledges to instill “no loan” financing programs to students after the Great Recession destroyed their ability to do so.
Facing an onslaught of impactful economic news, mortgage rates meandered down the line, with a slight decrease overall this week.
New credit card issues are down a whopping 54%, but are consumers holding off or are issuers the ones being more cautious with credit?
In this week's Q&A, Brian O'Connell tells one reader how to fight back against illegal debt collection practices.
One bank might just establish a trend of its own by opening up its coffers to small businesses — to the tune of $4 billion.
The National Association of Home Builders look at the Baby Boomer crowd — 77 million strong — and see a possible way out of the housing crisis.