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New standards coming July 1 will strip some negative information from credit reports, which means some scores will edge higher.
Over 171 million consumers now have at least one credit card, the highest level since 2005.
Worrying about debt can make you sick, so avoid run-ins with collectors with these tips, Mic reports.
VantageScore's new model will change how lenders calculate your credit score. But don't change your behavior just yet.
Only half of cardholders request their card issuers to drop annual fees, waive late charges and reduce their interest rates.
Scroll down in Facebook, and you’ll find requests to help defray medical costs or mitigate losses from a fire. USAToday reports.
Too many Americans are getting some basic facts about credit scores wrong, according to a report by Capital One.
More than a quarter of people who have received such calls felt threatened by the caller's conduct. Here's how to fight back.
Consumers are more optimistic about getting out of debt, CreditCards.com finds. The right habits can take you there.
Consumers have been taking on more debt, and they are not paying it off every month.
You'd be surprised at how much money banks make every time you end up a few dollars short at the register.
Just one of these expensive mishaps can unravel your holiday budget.
The average household credit-card debt held by American families is the highest it has been since 2008, even as incomes fall.
Millennials apply for credit cards more than other generations but are frequently declined, according to a report.
Let the shopper beware: Some store-brand credit cards have rates that are nearly double those of regular credit cards.
New rules are hot off the press: The Consumer Financial Bureau wants to strengthen consumer protections for prepaid cards.
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