Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd proposed Monday an immediate interest rate freeze for the 700 million credit cards in circulation.
They’re tough to get and in demand, but obtaining the tricky zero-interest credit card is doable — if you know which landmines to navigate.
According to one personal finance blogger, there are plenty of reasons why credit cards are superior to debit cards.
Major card companies are restarting efforts to court business customers with new credit card deals, a sign that the credit market is thawing.
Credit repair companies might be convincing you to commit a crime to avoid paying back debt collectors.
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?
Here are five troublesome trends in lending, and how you can protect yourself.