Your credit limit tells you exactly how much money your credit card issuer will let you use without paying a penalty. You can use as much of your limit as you want – but that doesn't mean you should max out your card.
The hotel chain asked guests checking in for a treasure trove of personal information: credit cards, addresses and sometimes passport numbers. On Friday, consumers learned the risk.
This holiday season could be a good time to knock down your student debt.
Rates are on the rise, which means you might have recently noticed that your credit card interest rate went up. If not, an increase could soon be on the horizon.
Matt Tremel is one of 96 people to have his student debt canceled through the public service loan forgiveness program.
Happy endings like his were not supposed to be so rare.
When it came to tax measures on the ballot, midterm election voters were quick to say, "no."
With Congress now split between Democrats and Republicans, consumer-related legislation is likely to be caught in the crosshairs.
Credit scores for decades have been based mostly on borrowers’ payment histories. That is about to change.