Posts Tagged - 'credit card debt'

“In Debt” Doesn’t Equate to a Loss of Rights

August 28, 2012, by Antonio Bard

If you’ve ever been behind in your financial obligations, there’s a good chance you dealt with a bill collector.

Have a Will? You Should

July 16, 2012, by Evita Page

It’s crucial to have a will and a living will, no matter how young you are. Not being prepared can cause problems for those left behind.

28% of Americans Have No Savings

June 26, 2012, by Jon Dell

Things aren’t getting better with the economy and most simply aren’t able to save money when they’re paying down debt and trying to keep groceries stocked and a roof over their families. Take advantage of other cost cutting measures, like paying down credit card debt.

Airlines Fees Increase Again

June 14, 2012, by Beth May

United Airline is now charging $100 for a second checked bag and other airlines will likely follow suit. Here’s how your credit card can help offset those fees.

What’s Going on in the Prepaid Debit Card Market?

May 29, 2012, by Jon Dell

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is asking for public comments on the prepaid debit card market. With millions of Americans turning to these financial products, there’s much for CFPB to do.

Your Parents, Their Credit Card Debt

May 15, 2012, by Beth May

Many adult children are unsure of what their parents’ financial debt totals. Once they do delve in, they’re finding overwhelming credit card debt.

6 Tips For Handling Student Loan, Credit Card Debt

May 10, 2012, by Evita Page

It’s a tough reality for graduating college students as they’re leaving with both credit card debt and overwhelming student loans. Here are six things you can do right now to offset the burden.

Double Disturbances for Young Consumers

April 26, 2012, by Evita Page

A college degree doesn’t necessarily a high paying job these days and graduates can’t live on credit cards alone.