Credit card ranking site NerdWallet launched a tool on Tuesday that allows consumers to compare and contrast prepaid debit cards currently on the market.
Consumers shouldn’t expect the fees associated with prepaid debit cards to go away just because the market has become more competitive.
VIP Deals is not the only company to garner positive online product reviews through shady practices. Here are a few ways to tell if a review might be phony.
With the average APR currently hovering around 15%, many credit card holders are wondering how low they can go when it comes to a great rate. Here are some of the best low-interest credit cards currently on the market.
Rest assured, changing banks shouldn’t have any effect on your credit score as long as you don’t apply for a new credit card at the same time you’re opening up a new savings or checking account.
It’s been almost three months since Bank Transfer Day spurred many Americans to switch from big banks to credit unions and small financial institutions. Here’s what has happened since then.
Prepaid debit cards remain a popular option among the unbanked and uncreditworthy, despite their bad rap. MainStreet breaks down how those who choose to use the cards can pay less in fees.
Russell Simmons is lowering and eliminating some of the fees on his prepaid RushCards in response to widening competition in the prepaid market.
Foreclosures are making up a smaller percentage of the overall housing market, according to the latest data from RealtyTrac.
Unlike prepaid alternatives, secured cards can actually help your credit score when used correctly, so long as the issuer reports the information to Experian, Equifax or TransUnion. Here are a few of these cards worth checking out.