Beware the Ides of March if you’re a homebuyer, that's when the Fed is implementing its exit strategy from mortgage-backed securities.
The possibility of U.S. homes once again declining in value is higher than most Americans may think. Here’s the case for a poor 2010 housing market.
Paying only your card minimum can cause serious problems down the road. Here's the impact of only paying your minimum – and how to snap out if it.
Some have argued that the best way to help struggling homeowners is not to cut interest rates, but to cut the principal on mortgages. Would this work?
Younger Americans are flirting with disaster when it comes to credit card debt. So, parents, beware!
Banks aren't exactly waving great interest rates around, so it's important to jump on the deals that are out there.
Turns out many banks have customer service numbers dedicated to 'high rollers'... or those of us who aspire to be.
In with the magazines and bills, you might find a sneaky little credit card policy change disguised as junk mail. Here's how to avoid the trap.
It’s a new year and a new landscape for mortgage rates, as most signs point to a 2010 that will see a lift.
A unique way to send money from one banking account to any savings or checking account? Yes, please! Here's the scoop.