It may be tempting to rack up rewards by paying tuition with a credit card, but the terms are always worse.
Consumers borrowed more in January to purchase new cars but were once again frugal with their credit cards, offering a mixed sign of their confidence in the economy.
As college costs continue to rise, Sallie Mae’s Upromise program earns cash back for tuition or student loan payments.
One-third of the U.S. population rents, and Experian is ready to give the responsible ones a boost on their credit reports.
Is there a shadow hanging over your financial life? Maybe that's because you're stuck in a seemingly endless cycle of paying too much in taxes, fees, and penalties.
A new metric shows Americans are getting squeezed by their banks as deposit rates plummet.
Want to know how we calculated the Credit Power Index? Here, we explain the methodology and why it matters to you, the consumer.
Outstanding credit card debt in the U.S. totaled $790 billion at the end of 2010, but not all cities are equally in the red.
A HELOC is a good deal cheaper today than it was before the recession, but it could be more expensive over the long run if interest rates rise as expected.