Posts Tagged - 'credit cards'

Financial Scams Growing

August 29, 2012, by Jon Dell

If you’ve been victim of a financial scam, you know the frustration and unsettled feeling. The FTC has tips for avoiding credit card theft and financial fraud.

“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.

The Numbers: Payday Loans

August 10, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Payday loans have become more mainstream in a tough economy. A new report by the Pew Center outlines just how many Americans are turning to these expensive financial products.

Do College Degrees Still Command Respect?

August 8, 2012, by Evita Page

Does a college degree still command respect? Can you be financially secure without one? We set out to find answers.

Small Businesses and Mobile Payment Options

August 6, 2012, by Antonio Bard

There are many new technological advances that are allowing small businesses better-compete with their larger competitors. One is the smartphone advances that allow credit card and debit card payments.

Navigating College Costs

July 20, 2012, by Beth May

Preparing for college or maybe you’re just graduating? Here are ways to navigate the costs.

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.

Hurricane Season and Preparing Finances

June 7, 2012, by Evita Page

Hurricane season is well underway. For those who live along the U.S. coastlines, they live six months out of the year with an eye to the tropics. Now’s the time to ensure your have a financial plan is in order, including access to credit and debit cards.