As the recession digs deeper, a plan for dealing with harassing debt collectors is a great idea.
Should your credit score give equal weight to where you live and how many phone numbers you have?
There’s a new sheriff in town, credit score-wise, and the impact on banking consumers could be substantial.
Cardholders, feeling wronged by the credit card companies, have taken their anger to the Internet.
Learn the difference between a 'soft' and 'hard' inquiry on your credit report.
The Times wrote a story touting credit card settlements, without mentioning their adverse effects.
A guide to decoding what your credit card statement really means.
Our resident married couple rethinks their decision to use only cash for their daily purchases.
There are some overlooked advantages to using a credit card over a debit card, and each of them bears a look in anxious economic times.
The new credit card law was long overdue, and its quick passage almost added to the disaster.