5 Best Travel Rewards Cards on the Market and How to Use Them
From bonus miles to no foreign transaction fees, here's a look at the five best cards for travel rewards.
There's a Right Way to Do Credit Cards for Millennials, and We're Not Doing It
Thanks to the 2009 CARD Act and scares from the Great Recession, fewer young consumers are using credit when they should be, or growing a credit score the right way.
Study Hard and You'll Become Financially Literate? Not So Fast
Investors are swamped with offerings from businesses that sponsor financial literacy websites and lectures, but is the public actually learning anything?
Is Google Wallet Spying on You And Selling Your Personal Information?
A Northern California lawsuit probes how Google handles private information in Google Wallet
Yet Another Big Hotel Credit Card Breach - Is Your Information Safe?
Cyber criminals are stalking and pouncing on hotel guests. How not to be a victim.
Are Drones Ready for the Mass Market? It Depends on Whether They're the Next iPhone or Google Glass
The Average Joe more commonly eyes the prospect of buying a drone.
Why Carrying That Huge Credit Card Balance Isn't Helping Your Credit
Using a credit card helps build your credit, but not unless you keep the balance low to nonexistent and pay every bill on time.
A Secret History of Credit Scores: Who Determined What Matters and Why
Everyone is obsessed with his own credit score, the three-digit number that supposedly summarizes your credit-worthiness and overall financial responsibility. But where did the credit score come from?
Make Sure You Know This Before You Sign on That Dotted Line for a New Credit Card
Nearly everybody may apply for a credit card, but most likely do not read the laundry list of terms they sign off on when they agree to an issuer’s terms.
5 Finance Buzzwords You Actually Need (and Want) to Know
Living in the age of data breaches means knowing your chip card from your tokenization before it's too late.