Posts Tagged - 'credit card companies'

Tax Returns and Identity Theft

January 21, 2013, by Jon Dell

ID thieves reroute your tax returns? Don’t expect much from IRS – except a new identification number.

Internships for CFPB

January 7, 2013, by Antonio Bard

An internship with CFPB could be the first powerful decision a finance major can make in his career.

2012: The Year of Credit Changes, Scandals Part 4

December 20, 2012, by Jon Dell

2012 will go down in history as a very eventful 12 months for the financial and credit sectors. Here are big stories from fourth quarter.

2012: The Year of Credit Changes, Scandals Part 3

December 19, 2012, by Jon Dell

We’re looking back on 2012, this time, the summer and early fall months are in our crosshairs. From massive foreclosures to Moodys threatening to downgrade the U.S. credit.

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.

What is Future for Campaign Finance Reform?

November 29, 2012, by Evita Page

After the record breaking and most expensive presidential campaign in history, consumers are demanding changes as they watched candidates ask for donations when they struggled to cover their credit card payments and mortgage payments.

What Exactly are Interchange Fees?

November 28, 2012, by Evita Page

What do you know about the largest private anti trust lawsuit in American history? Here’s all you need to know about intercharge fees.

How Did Credit Cards Evolve?

November 27, 2012, by Evita Page

Even though credit cards haven’t been around forever, they have evolved to the point of becoming powerful financial tools.