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The card issuer stands alone in confused policy blurring 'past due' with 'delinquent.'
Despite some improvement, consumers still need to beware the fine print when applying for a card.
Little-known fees can cost as much as 10% of a credit card purchase abroad.
If our country were run the way we allow our companies to be run, we would have a dictatorship instead of a democracy.
In the wake of the financial meltdown, there's a lot of support for a new regulator. But it would do little to address the main problems.
The current mortgage-rescue strategy helps the wrong people and creates more failures.
Consumers have the potential to play the biggest role in reducing medical costs and, thus, making health insurance more affordable.
Now that the government has bailed out the biggest companies, let's pass a law that prevents their creation in the first place.
President Obama's plan to create more financial regulation may backfire, hurting the economy.
The new credit card law was long overdue, and its quick passage almost added to the disaster.