We're still borrowing ... just not as much on our credit cards.
Consumers should realize they don't 'own' rewards points, and sometimes must take steps to save them.
A data mining proposal puts up to 42 billion credit card transactions per year in play for monitoring.
When the economic downturn hit, many predicted free checking accounts would be a thing of the past.
A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau crackdown should make it easier to get credit errors resolved.
Consumers keep signing up for airline reward cards and collecting miles. It's using miles that's a challenge.
J.D. Powers says we're more satisfied with our cards, but understanding of their terms have sunk since last year.
The FICO scores millions of consumers buy each year are not what car dealers and mortgage lenders use.
With Richard Cordray finally approved as CFPB director, the agency seems primed for the coming year.
These 'smart cards' are supposed to be more convenient, but that also makes them more vulnerable to criminals.