Posts Tagged - 'credit card debt'

Personal Finance, Retirement and Living Wills

September 4, 2013, by Jon Dell

Discussing your will with loved ones can be difficult; however, those discussions are important as credit card debt and other creditors need to be addressed along with your final wishes.

Healthy Sex Drive Optional, Strong Credit Scores Mandatory

July 24, 2013, by Antonio Bard

What’s more important to you: a healthy sex drive or credit score compatibility? For many young consumers, it’s less about sex and more about the ability to buy a house.

CFPB: Seniors Vulnerable in Financial Matters

April 22, 2013, by Antonio Bard

According to CFPB, fraudsters are targeting seniors more often as they commit credit card fraud and other financial scams, according to its new report. Senior Designations for Financial Advisors: Reducing Consumer Confusion and Risks.

A Mission Statement for Your Finances? Absolutely!

April 10, 2013, by Beth May

A mission statement for your personal finances? Of course – and include the kids. It’s never too early to begin educating them.

How a Marble & a Wheel Can Cause Credit Card Debt

March 18, 2013, by Antonio Bard

Credit card debt is still high and some worry legalizing online gambling will only cause more problems on consumer finances.

Is Your Credit Keeping You Single?

March 6, 2013, by Beth May

Right or wrong, many are seeing their credit scores as burdens that hold them down. But does society support this mindset that our credit scores dictate who we are?

Shopping for 0% Intro Credit Cards?

January 30, 2013, by Evita Page

Think there are no longer any 0% intro APR rates? Here are several with no shortage of perks and benefits.

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.