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Pen and paper are no longer be the final course of your dining experience. Here's what you need to know as restaurants move away from requiring your signature.
Carrying a balance on your credit card is about to get more costly.
The United States just started another epic borrowing binge. And if you borrow money you could end up paying the price. NYT reports.
New legislation could be good news for private student loan borrowers, particularly if you have a co-signer.
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Thieves are boosting efforts to get your debit card. Here's how to keep your information — and your bank balances — out of their hands.
If you're considering an adjustable rate mortgage, make sure you know when your interest rate could change and by how much.
More than 3 in 4 Americans consider too much credit card debt a reason to end a significant relationship.
Just because your accounts apparently have not been compromised does not mean it can't still happen.
Tax code changes and rising interest rates may mean debts like home equity lines of credit should take higher repayment priority.
Keep these items in mind when determining how to decide which balances to pay off.
Card debt hit a record high, while credit scores reached their highest point in a decade, as consumers loosen the purse strings.
Some people in public service jobs who believe they're on the path to loan forgiveness actually don't qualify.
Roughly 4 in 5 Americans are in debt, yet more than a quarter of them don't have a plan to eliminate it.
While it might be tempting to free up cash during the holidays, using bank "skip a payment" offers will cost you.