An appealing credit card offer recently showed up in my mailbox, but I’m taking a pass. Why? The offer, from the company that provides my auto and renter’s insurance (come to find out, the insurer owns a card-issuing bank) invites…
Tens of thousands of emails stolen from one of Hillary Clinton’s top aides are pulling back the curtain on the way Washington works. But they are also showing how the nation’s top political operatives are like the rest of us:…
If the credit card offer you receive in the mail has more photos and less text – or the card’s fees are buried in fine print – it could be the issuer thinks you can be duped into signing up for a…
As a recent college graduate who has entered the workforce armed with both credit and debt, I’m learning a lot about credit that really would’ve been useful a few years ago. Had I known what I know now, I could have saved myself some worry and eased into the credit world a little more smoothly.
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To help combat confusion over credit card rewards programs, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is zeroing in on the way rewards programs are marketed and may one day ask issuers to make their rewards programs easier to understand.
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