The student debt load has become “too big to fail,” according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Watch out, Suze Orman. Amex is introducing major enhancements to its prepaid debit cards, including direct deposit, higher ATM withdrawal thresholds and the opportunity to upgrade to a traditional charge card.
Consumers should be aware that they can still be hit with an overdraft fee even after they’ve opted out of overdraft protection if they bounce a check or link recurring debit card charges to their checking account.
Some purchases like paying library fees and donating to Salvation Army kettles have traditionally been reserved for cash transactions, but not anymore. Here are some unexpected items you can now charge to your favorite credit card.
To help you maximize credit card rewards, MainStreet outlines what cardholders with 5% revolving categories should plan on charging to their cards this April, May and June.
An analysis from MyPrivateBanking Research found that the majority of mobile banking apps from 50 of the world’s largest banks lack the services and security features customers actually find worthwhile.
While it might not be prudent to buy everything with a credit card, some purchases should always be made with plastic because of the protections provided by your issuer.
Distinguishing between a good cash-back credit card and a less-than-stellar one isn’t always cut and dry. Here are three ways to determine which card is right for you.
Existing laws give credit card issuers 30 days to tell you whether you’ve been approved or denied for a credit card, but most credit card companies will tell you much sooner.
Travel rewards credit cards are a dime a dozen. MainStreet breaks down a few ways consumers can find one that’s worthy of their business.