Posts Tagged - 'recession'

Are We Any Wiser When it Comes to Credit Cards?

March 20, 2013, by Evita Page

Do we see credit cards differently? And if so, does that mean our love affair with credit is on the mend or is it a temporary shift due to the recession?

More Big Name Identities Hacked

March 13, 2013, by Antonio Bard

Celebrities found out that a group had hijacked names and social security numbers and then promptly made them public. Today, First Lady Obama is the latest victim of identity theft.

What is Quantitative Easing and Why Should You Care?

March 4, 2013, by Antonio Bard

Overwhelmed and frustrated with all of the lingo being tossed around by financial analysts and politicians? Here’s a bit of what’s what and what it means to consumer wallets.

And So the Clock Ticks: Fiscal Cliff

November 8, 2012, by Antonio Bard

With the elections behind us, the nation faces new urgency in dealing with economic problems, debt and the fiscal cliff.

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?

Choosing the Right Credit Counselor

November 1, 2012, by Jon Dell

Asking questions before choosing a credit counselor can make the difference in your financial future.

Near Poor Americans: 30 Million and Counting

October 25, 2012, by Jon Dell

More Americans are nearing poverty – and they’re paying more for credit too.

You Owe $47,495 to China, Other Countries

October 23, 2012, by Antonio Bard

The Treasury Department released its new report on international debt and the results mean big payments for every household in the U.S.