Is the rewards revolution over? Wine, fitness and other niche rewards cards have become casualties along with crypto cards.
Many smaller credit card startups that offered novelty rewards are shutting down: Why some worked and some didn’t.
Many credit card users feel that they’re not getting the most out of their rewards. Try this self-audit of your credit cards to make sure you are.
Higher interest rates will exacerbate a trend changing the way Americans buy cars, as those with worse credit are facing payments of nearly $1,000 a month
Patients being marketed "specialty financial products" to cover medical costs may have better, cheaper options, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says.
Balances for unsecured personal loans were also up over 26% in the first quarter compared to a year ago, TransUnion reported Thursday.
Apple Card savings account has an attractive 4.15% interest rate, but beware of these pitfalls before signing
Apple recently debuted a new savings account in partnership with Goldman Sachs.
Ferraris, Land Rovers and millions in bitcoin: Secret Service shuts down cybercrime service that helped steal tens of millions of credit cards
Investigators say Denis Kulkov bought Ferraris, Land Rovers with the millions he made verifying which stolen credit card numbers still worked.
If you want to take a trip next summer without taking on debt, it’s a good idea to start planning how you’ll pay for it and how to make it less expensive.
As HELOCs revive from a dormant period, a new generation of homeowners might need to know the best ways to use a home equity line of credit.
More ‘buy now pay later’ users are seeing their credit scores drop after they miss payments. But are these two things really connected?
Some ‘buy now, pay later’ companies let shoppers decide whether to report their payment history to credit bureaus.
‘I’m retired and live off Social Security’: Will canceling 10 credit cards hurt my credit score? If so, how long will it take to recover?
‘I’m a 67-year-old widower with a credit score of around 800.’
At Disneyland, elephants do in fact fly, and successfully planning a trip there on a budget isn’t as impossible as it might seem.
New data from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia adds to earlier reports of record-smashing credit-card balances.
‘It’s a mother thing’: My kids are authorized users on my credit cards. They’re 25 and 29. Will it hurt their credit scores if I remove them?
‘I suppose one option would be to keep them as authorized users forever, but someday I won't be here.’
Small-dollar loans are increasingly popular. This is why they’re a smart choice for low-income Americans.
Small-dollar loans offer a new and more affordable alternative to payday loans.
‘I take great pride in my FICO score’: Is it any of Experian’s business how much money I charge on my credit cards?
‘Recently, my credit score fell by 150 points.’
Student loan ‘train wreck’: As return of regular payments loom, servicers have less staff to field expected deluge of calls
‘Longer wait times’ with Saturday call center hours at two major services finished. Changes come after Congress declined to increase funding.
Disavow yourself from some common misconceptions that can hold you back from getting the most out of your credit cards.
Police have arrested hundreds in Valley, Ala., for unpaid garbage bills — but harsh punishments for minor debts are common across the U.S.
We did the math to show you how making these two small changes to your credit card payments can save you thousands, plus get rid of your debt years sooner.