How to Get Your Bank and Credit Card Fees Back Every Time You Call
How do you get out of paying your fees to banks and credit card companies so you can spend more on yourself?
The Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Personal Data in an Era of Epidemic Hacking
From Sony to Chase, the hacks multiply. Here's how to stay safe.
Credit Card Data Breaches Didn't Alter Holiday Shopping
The rash of credit card breaches at major retail chains last year had a surprisingly low impact on holiday shopping, consumers said in a survey.
5 Shocking Credit Predictions and How To Prepare for Them
Apple Pay will gain market share; however, users are not any safer from liability than those who still use physical magnetic-stripe cards.
Where to Track Your FICO Score For Less Than $20 or For Free
Credit scoring is accessible now more than ever through certain credit bureaus and credit card issuers
How to Turn Credit Card Debt Into Retirement Savings One Purchase at a Time
Capital One and Fidelity offer credit cards with unique cash back rewards.
Saving Strategically: Get Back to Basics and Stash Your Cash
Millions of Americans say they're too broke to save money.
Credit Cards Sweeten Balance Transfer Deals, but You Better Act Fast
More cards are offering longer promotional interest rates, down to zero percent, for people willing to transfer debt. Some give up to 15 months.
Apple Pay is Poised to Overpower PayPal in Mobile Payments
The "I left my wallet at home" excuse may not work much longer.
How to Ace Your New Year's Resolution With 'Cyclical Thinking'
One psychology researcher says that people who view their money goals "cyclically" save 78% more on average. Here's how to harness this technique for yourself.