With all the new competition in the card market, I look at areas where consumers can benefit, whether these practices are sustainable, and what areas the local banks should be concerned about.
Is a credit card a convenient tool, or is it an expensive way to borrow that can saddle you with serious debt? This article looks at the pros and cons.
In this article, I take a look at the Chase Freedom rewards credit card as a way of accumulating rewards. This is a beginner credit card that has been around for a few years.
Before making a big purchase such as a car or a house it’s a good idea to check your credit score if you are planning to apply for a loan or mortgage. Some websites offer free credit reports, but beware of hidden charges.
Find out how consolidating your student loans can save you thousands of dollars. If you have just finished college and you have student loans, reading this article could be beneficial.
This article will help breakdown the process of changing loan servicers and offer ways to make sure you are making your payment to the right people protecting you as the borrower.
A step-by-step guide to paying off the debt you can and brining your credit score up 200 points over the course of a year.
In 2020, there are many credit card options to choose from. In this article, I review the benefits and options of the Chase Freedom Unlimited Card. Is this card a viable Cash Back Rewards card in early 2020?
This article discusses 25 prepaid debit card fees and how much you can expect to pay in fees with certain prepaid cards.
What are balance transfers? How can they help you save money? All of your questions on balance transfer credit cards will be answered in this informative article.
Some think the cost of college is escalating far out of proportion to its value. Though college education isn't yet a bubble by traditional measures, it's worth thinking about it that way.
Financial child abuse describes the abuse of a child’s identity, credit report or financial resources. What leads to financial child abuse? What are the signs of financial child abuse?