Do you spend more than you make? Be honest. If so, you are not alone. But there is a way to reverse the trend: put yourself on a budget.
This week, we are going to talk strategies for paying off credit card debt. There’s no better time to face it, then in January, when the holiday credit-card hangovers set in.
If you are starting your new year with more debt than you anticipated, it might be a good time to consider avoiding credit card use for a while. Here are six different strategies that you can use...
U.S. consumers increased their borrowing in November, as stronger demand for auto and student loans offset a drop in credit card debt.
The Federal Reserve releases its November report on consumer borrowing.
Is there a downside to accepting an offer for credit monitoring from a credit card company? One Credit.com reader, April, received such an offer and wondered if accepting it was a good idea.
Many people simply can’t resist a discount offer. So when holiday shoppers hear that they can save some money on their purchases when they apply for a store credit card, many will do so ...