Are women afraid to make tough financial choices?
Jul 25, 2014 by
A new study says that women are less sure of themselves when it comes to saving and investing. But that may not be the whole truth. Find out more.
Why top income earners buy in bulk
Jul 23, 2014 by
Shopping at warehouse clubs is not just for consumers on a budget, rich people shop there too. But warehouse clubs may invite impulse buying.
What Rising Interest Rates Would Mean for You
Jul 21, 2014 by
The head of the St. Louis Fed has predicted the benchmark interest rate will be increased in early 2015. What would that mean for your credit and outlook?
Have we gone too far with new credit score standards?
Jul 18, 2014 by
Increased regulation is supposed to make it harder to borrow beyond your means, but post-recovery, many consumers are finding it impossible to borrow at all.
Is consumer borrowing back on track?
Jul 17, 2014 by
All signs seem to point to a full recovery and consumers are more confident borrowing, but that doesn’t mean we should return to bad financial habits.
Credit card minimum payments on the rise
Jul 16, 2014 by
Gone are the days of $10 minimum payment limits on credit cards, but does this increase do enough to help consumers minimize debt problems and interest?
A very brazen scam is shut down
Jul 15, 2014 by
Here’s what happens when you mix loose security with threatening scam artists.
Work problems start at home
Jul 14, 2014 by
A new survey says employees who have money problems at home are also struggling at work. We show you how to find zen.
Debt Settlement Companies Continue to Damage Consumers’ Credit
Jul 11, 2014 by
Debt settlement programs remain a problem for many consumers in debt because they don’t settle their financial problems in the right manner.
How Much Do You Spend on Family Surprises?
Jul 10, 2014 by
A majority of people believe that you don’t need to spend money to surprise your family. But why do so many people spend money on surprises?