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My interest rate dropped, but not as much as the Fed cuts

Connie Prater

Recent Federal Reserve interest rate cuts won’t completely trickle down to everyday consumers. Ours will be modest cuts — if any at all.
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Rebate, refund — show me the money

Julie Sherrier

The IRS has released payment schedules for tax returns and stimulus checks.
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American Express ditches contactless fob

Jeremy Simon

American Express plans to scrap its contactless “Express Pay” fob device following a lukewarm response by consumers.
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Card issuers get an earful from House Democrats

Daniel Ray

The “Credit Cardholders Bill of Rights” bill got a first hearing in the House Thursday, and it doesn’t bode well for an industry that says it needs no additional oversight to have the overseers recount personal tales of how they got stiffed by their credit card issuer.
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Kiss universal default goodbye

Connie Prater

Chase ends practice of raising interest rates based on credit scores of cardholders.
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