Some banks offer referral bonuses to customers who get their friends to open up a checking account. Here are a few places account holders can send their buddies.
Generally speaking, overdraft protection itself does not affect your credit score, but there are a few ways in which charges can come back to haunt you – and sometimes help you.
Wells Fargo may be the latest bank to institute more checking account fees, but it certainly won’t be the last. Here are some steps you can take now to avoid new fees in the future.
Words like “grace period,” “variable APR” and even “cash advance” may prove troublesome to credit card newbies. We look at what these terms mean so you can finally understand all the jargon in your credit card statement.
Amex further widens its digital capabilities by allowing cardholders to earn special deals by linking their cards to their Twitter account. Here’s how you can earn the offers.
Some credit card issuers are giving cash back to current cardholders who refer a friend. MainStreet rounds up what three well-known companies are offering.
Barclaycard is introducing a credit card that will ultimately rely on cardholders to set the terms and conditions. Here’s what you need to know about the unique offering.
Bankruptcy will destroy your credit score, but sometimes it’s a bunch of seemingly small errors that can drag down a stellar score. We round up some of the most common ones to avoid.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has added private student loans to the list of financial products about which it is now hearing complaints.
Consumer advocates are urging the CFPB to look into the deposit advance loans offered by several financial institutions, comparing the practice to payday lending. Here’s what you need to know about the issue.