Add another Web site to the confusing array offering "free" information about your credit: FreeCreditScore.com.
You may not realize it, but disputing a credit card charge can get your name onto a list of “trouble” clients.
New legislation could empower states to set limits on the amount of interest credit card companies could charge residents.
Few financial advisers would urge you to get another credit card if you already have a balance on another, but no rule is absolute.
With the new CARD Act reform fresh in the rearview mirror, credit companies are trying some new tactics to separate you from your money.
Reforms were intended to stop billing practices that gouge credit consumers. Yet one tactic ensures borrowers rack up interest charges.
What can cities do to close budget gaps in a way that is both consumer- and environmentally-friendly? Parking meters that take credit cards.
Consumers likely don’t think twice about swiping their credit cards through a retail outlet scanner, but they should.
MainStreet has tips to help you get rid of debt so you can enjoy those happy golden years.