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Consumers shied away from credit cards after the Great Recession. Now they are embracing them again.
One in 3 consumers got a debt collection call in the past year, and new rules may affect what collectors can do.
The average credit card carries six different fees, CreditCards.com found, but some penalties are becoming less common.
Residents of some states are smarter about money than others — and better at putting that knowledge into action to help their finances.
More borrowers with good credit are looking to personal loans. Are they a good choice for you?
Americans' overuse of credit cards on their vacations adds up to about $2.7 billion in interest and fees, a survey says.
It's always a good idea to review your credit before a potential lender or employer sees it.
Medical debt got paid for nearly 9,000 consumers, courtesy of TV host John Oliver. For millions of other Americans, it's a big problem.
Jamie Dimon sounded the alarm on auto loans. Who's getting hurt? Co-signers, according to a new CreditCards.com survey.
Taking out a 390 percent payday loan is bad news. Luckily the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed new rules on payday lending.
Consumers who apply for a new mortgage are also more likely to open a new credit card and buy a car within the year.
There's no need to pay to check your credit. Discover is the latest company to offer free credit scores for all.
Student loans, credit cards, mortgages, car payments, we’re leveraged up to our ears. How to know when debt is a good thing.
The case for prenuptual agreements just got a little stronger.
One in 8 Americans is willing to take on $1,000 or more in debt to depict an extravagant lifestyle, according to a study.
Over half of millennials regret taking out as many loans as they did to pay for school.
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