John Ulzheimer takes a look at what the credit card environment may look like in a year.
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John Ulzheimer says an interest rate cap included in the new law would have actually hurt consumers.
If you think the agreement you sign when you open a credit card is a contract, you are sorely mistaken.
Even the best fares can come with buried disclaimers that can cost you big time.
Chris Lardner had her interest rate tripled after a payment accidentally charged to her card took her over her credit limit.
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New York Times personal technology columnist David Pogue helps answer some common questions about consumer electronics.
Bank fees are up there with credit card agreements in the pantheon of egregiously detestable conduct consumers have to put up with for the pleasure of setting up a checking account.