June 18, 2013, by Antonio Bard
Will payday loan companies always be seen as the black sheep in the financial family of products? It could be sooner rather than later as banks continue to toe their way in.
February 11, 2013, by Antonio Bard
Qualifying for credit is next to impossible for some consumers, but new credit alternatives could provide new options for mortgages and credit problems.
February 6, 2013, by Jon Dell
76% of college students have no idea what happens if they make a late payment on their credit cards. This, along with new revelations, paints dire picture.
December 19, 2012, by Jon Dell
We’re looking back on 2012, this time, the summer and early fall months are in our crosshairs. From massive foreclosures to Moodys threatening to downgrade the U.S. credit.
October 17, 2012, by Evita Page
Payday loan companies could be getting a break from the federal government. States are worried a new law would ease the restrictions on these companies.
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.
July 27, 2012, by Jon Dell
Republicans are upset with CFPB for not kick starting the slow lending pace in the U.S. The question is why – especially since it’s done more in the past year than most elected officials.