How Not Driving Can Hurt Millennials' Credit Scores

4:49 pm, June 25, 2013

18- to 24-year-olds are less likely to have ever applied for auto loans, which could be having a negative effect on their credit scores.


A $612 Million Strike Back in Rate-Rigging Scandal on Mortgages, Student Loans, Credit Cards

8:30 am, February 11, 2013

Royal Bank of Scotland is the third major bank after Barclays and UBS facing fines and worldwide shame.


The Next Credit Problem: Underwater Car Loans

6:09 pm, January 02, 2013

A lot of attention is paid to the epidemic of underwater mortgages, but there's a problem growing alongside that.


CPFB Plans to Give Credit Where It's Due: With the Stay-at-Homes

1:58 pm, November 01, 2012

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau plans "common-sense changes" to get credit access for spouses or partners who do not work outside the home.


Don't Be an Interest Rate Sucker

1:40 pm, July 24, 2012

With interest rates at historic lows it's a good time to get a loan, but many consumers are still paying interest rates that wouldn't be considered good even in a ...


When a Credit Union Is Your Best Card Option

3:59 pm, July 19, 2012

Credit unions may be a good option for consumer credit when banks say no.


3 Signs a Rewards Card Will Really Reward You

3:17 pm, July 12, 2012

It takes a little work to figure out which rewards cards will really reward you.


Did the Founding Fathers Have Bad Credit?

12:47 pm, July 03, 2012

The founding fathers of the US had a mixed track record when it came to managing personal finances.


3 Ways to Help Your Child Build Great Credit

4:30 pm, July 02, 2012

Here are three easy ways to help your child build great credit.


Sallie Mae Changes Card Partners: Bigger Rewards?

1:32 pm, June 19, 2012

Sallie Mae is hoping college students will get on board with its new program.

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