Posts Tagged - 'credit card debt'

I Do to My Spouse, I Don’t to His Credit Rating

November 20, 2012, by Beth May

Couples exchange vows when they get married, but if only they would exchange credit reports would there be fewer marital growing pains.

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?

Small Business Owners Face Uncertainties

November 7, 2012, by Jon Dell

What lies ahead for America’s small business owners? Will accessing credit be easier? And what about taxes?

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.

Finding No Annual Fee Credit Card Offers

October 9, 2012, by Evita Page

Looking for a credit card offer with no annual fees but that offer the perks that are in big demand? We review several here, including the Discover More card.

New Solutions for Student Loan Debt: Oldest Profession

September 19, 2012, by Antonio Bard

More than ever before, college students are going to great measures to avoid graduating with student loan and credit card debt. Here’s how they’re doing it.

What You Need to Know About Student Loans

September 18, 2012, by Evita Page

Student loans are in the crosshairs and the economy continues to struggle. Here’s the latest and what you need to know, especially if you’re a college student or the parent of one.

Credit Card Tips for Holiday Budgeting

September 6, 2012, by Evita Page

Have you begun your holiday shopping? Your credit card doesn’t have to take a brutal hit if you follow these tips.