You put your financial information at risk whenever you hand a credit card to someone else. Fortunately, there are steps you and merchants can both take to provide more protection from hackers and other thieves.
More people 'need' to use their credit cards every day than 'need' daily beer, chocolate, pizza or sex, a new poll reveals.
A survey of the average annual spending in 18 cities shows Washingtonians could save the most with a cash-back card.
Stuck with a bad credit score? You're not alone. Even if you're a (mostly) responsible consumer, you might be saddled with a low score. That's because credit scores aren't always fair.
There are three main types of credit card users, but most of us don't know which one we are. Here are some details to help you understand what credit companies think of you.
Banks often use sign-up bonuses as a way to get new customers to apply for one of their cards. But, how does one go about earning the bonus?
There's little doubt that Americans with higher credit scores get better deals on core consumer items like mortgage and auto loans, credit cards, and even auto insurance. So why do so many U.S. consumers know so little about their credit scores?
A new survey found that Americans have done some crazy things with their credit cards -- here are eight examples.
How you can earn credit card rewards for charging a medical or dental bill and whether you should.
Kicking off the new year by cleaning house? Make sure you don't toss important financial documents that you may need in the future.