MainStreet gets the scoop from Richard Quigley, a president at JPMorgan’s Chase Card Services, about the firm’s new small business credit card portfolio.
If you're lucky enough to have a credit company forgive a debt, don't forget about the catch that might have you paying big time.
Credit card reform passed by Congress in the spring could be enacted earlier than expected.
Americans are so rattled by high debt that they’ve begun to shun their plastic, meaning card companies are trying to lure them back with simpler deals.
A recent survey found some credit cards are far superior to others. How does your plastic stack up?
Why Americans are borrowing less (hint: economy) and what it means in the long run.
With the Credit Reform Act on a February 2010 timeline, card issuers are looking for creative ways to paint a profitable bottom line.
Loan modifications for mortgages are commonplace, but now credit card companies are using them to recoup losses.
There are several ways to cut costs even while making charges against your credit card.