The CFPB is doing what it can to protect consumers, but consumers must also protect themselves.
For couples separated or going through a divorce, dealing with shared credit card debt should not be put off.
If it's time for your child to head off to college, it's time for you to have a conversation with them about use of credit cards.
When a spouse dies, the surviving mate can be burdened with more than grief and loneliness, responsible for credit card debt.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has accomplished quite a bit for an agency that a year ago was still fighting for the right to exist.
A deal between merchants and credit card companies may lead to higher prices and reduced card rewards for consumers.
Banks are offering improved transaction speeds, but are moving so fast they may trip up consumers who aren't careful.
The popularity of prepaid cards is an example of a financial product success that merits caution from consumers.
Getting married isn't just a union based on love, but one often beset by at least one partner's financial troubles.
The recent credit downgrade of 15 global banks will lead to higher consumer interest rates.