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What is Arbitration?

by Antonio Bard

Any idea what an arbitration clause is? It’s important to know because it affects your rights as a consumer and if you have a credit card, mobile phone or any other goods or service that requires a contract, arbitration could be your only legal recourse.

4 Bad Choices the Financial Sector Hopes You Make

by Antonio Bard

We’ve all been taught the importance of paying bills on time and why we should avoid payday loans. The financial sector as a whole is hoping you’ll make those mistakes often – it improves their bottom lines.

A Look Back at Jamie Dimon

by Evita Page

Harvard grad, CEO and the financial industry’s golden boy: how does Jamie Dimon do it as others fall to the wayside?

Your Parents, Their Credit Card Debt

by Beth May

Many adult children are unsure of what their parents’ financial debt totals. Once they do delve in, they’re finding overwhelming credit card debt.

6 Tips For Handling Student Loan, Credit Card Debt

by Evita Page

It’s a tough reality for graduating college students as they’re leaving with both credit card debt and overwhelming student loans. Here are six things you can do right now to offset the burden.

Visa and MasterCard Announce Growth

by CreditCardsLab

Many might not have been surprised that both Visa and MasterCard are reporting strong earnings, but they might be surprised to learn those earnings are in the double digits.

Credit Cards and Mortgages

by Antonio Bard

Ready to buy a new home? Check out the latest tips from FDIC before you call your realtor. They could make a huge difference in how well or how easy buying that home might be.

Why You Shouldn’t Underestimate PayPal

by Jon Dell

If your PayPal account has never been hacked, here’s what you should know about the company, its efforts of protecting you and how far it will go to serve that purpose.