Your personal information, email, credit cards and bank accounts are not as private and protected as you think.
Identity theft and actions by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau dominated the credit card headlines in 2013.
We're conditioned to pay credit card bills once a month, but there are advantages to making smaller payments throughout the month.
Your income may end, but your expenses will not.
The refusal to include rent and utility bills on credit scores is frustrating many 'credit invisible' consumers.
Consumers should realize they don't 'own' rewards points, and sometimes must take steps to save them.
The odds of experiencing a credit report error are higher than you might think, and Uncle Sam is taking action.
Credit card users are more satisfied with their cards this year, but a substantial number remain confused about their rewards and terms.
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