Posts Tagged - 'bank of america'

Is Brown-Vitter Bill Good for Consumers or Banks?

May 7, 2013, by Jon Dell

The nation’s banks are working hard to keep the next round of financial laws from getting through Congress. Brown Vitter isn’t Dodd Frank, but it’s just as good.

Foreclosures and Credit Reports

April 24, 2013, by Beth May

4 million Americans faced foreclosures that never should have happened and now, they’re realizing just how hard it is to remove them from their credit reports.

Cyber Attacks Continue on Financial Sector

April 15, 2013, by Jon Dell

Wells Fargo and American Express both experienced denial of service attacks last week. Will this week be better?

Credit Card Terminology You Need to Know

February 27, 2013, by Jon Dell

Before you shop for your next credit card, be sure you understand the various terminology – it can save money in the long run.

Microeconomics and Money

December 5, 2012, by Jon Dell

Don’t underestimate the power of microeconomics and how they influence big banks, credit card companies and politicians.

Even More Turning to Credit Unions?

November 15, 2012, by Evita Page

Banks lost millions of customers to credit unions last year and now consumers are choosing credit unions for their credit card needs too.

2012: Promises, Consumer Predictions and a Look Back

November 13, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Unemployment, credit card spending, fiscal cliff – what does all this mean for consumers who are heading into the holiday season?

More Banks and Wall Street Targeted in Cyber Attacks

September 20, 2012, by Jon Dell

One terrorist group promised to hit other banks and the stock exchange on Tuesday. On Wednesday, they delivered.