Financial missteps can linger on your credit report for years. Here's how to fix them.
Paying off card debt brings immeasurable relief, but once the balance is zero, do you keep the cards open or close them immediately?
A little inattention or carelessness can cost you big. Here are 5 ways you may be compromising your online safety.
A case now in federal court could help consumers whose credit reports contain inaccuracies.
Tiny debts, if unpaid, can blossom into huge problems by marring your credit score and dropping obstacles in your financial path.
If you dine out often, you may as well be earning extra credit card rewards on all those restaurant tabs.
You put your financial information at risk whenever you hand a credit card to someone else.
The way you use a credit card is about to change significantly as the U.S. catches up with the rest of the world and moves to cards.
As Sam's Club is transitioning to a new card with new cash-back rewards, it's time for businesses to look at whether to stick with them.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued a major debt collection law firm on Monday, alleging it is a "mill" that produces shoddy, mass-produced credit-card collection lawsuits.