Posts Tagged - 'credit card companies'

Is CFPB Overstepping Boundaries?

November 22, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Even after its impressive first two years, there are still critics of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Can’t Beat Holidays and Cash Back Credit Cards

November 14, 2012, by Evita Page

Everyone likes cash back credit cards and we have two favorites that were big hits in 2012.

New Debt Collector Targets: Student Loans

October 18, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Behind on your student loans? If you’re not already being hounded by debt collectors, you will be soon.

“Not Enough” Say Some in Credit Card Settlements

October 10, 2012, by Antonio Bard

A lawsuit that’s been ongoing for years is near the end of the line, but some say Visa and MasterCard aren’t being held accountable and more should be done.

Avoiding Misinterpretations in Credit Card Offers

September 27, 2012, by Evita Page

Don’t take the bold lettering as the rule in credit card offers, the terms and conditions are where you find the real truth behind the great offers.

You’re Broke, but You Still Have to Budget

September 11, 2012, by Jon Dell

The best think you can do is budget your money – especially if you’re broke. It’s the way to see things differently so that you can make big changes.

90% Credit Card Lawsuits Flawed

August 21, 2012, by Beth May

The credit card industry is facing a potential scandal similar to the foreclosure robosigning catastrophe.

FDIC Money Smart

August 3, 2012, by Jon Dell

Wish you better understood the financial aspects of your money? There’s a federal educational course that does just that – and it’s free.