The new credit card law was long overdue, and its quick passage almost added to the disaster.
Banks are overwhelmed by requests for mortgage modifications, frustrating many homeowners.
That credit score you looked up online might not be the same one the bank is looking at.
If your credit limit suddenly gets slashed, fight back and do something about it.
Risk-based pricing: How lenders use your credit history to determine the terms of your loan or credit card.
The credit card reform law will force FreeCreditReport.com to acknowledge their credit reports aren't free.
With universal default, the credit card company can hike your interest rate if you're late on a payment to someone else.
Learn to accrue those valuable airline miles, but still keep yourself out of financial trouble.
The new credit card law could finally end the era of easy credit.
With credit card giants slashing credit and closing down accounts, turning to a store credit card is a tempting idea, but can cost you.