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No consumer victim of December's hacking of Target should suffer financial loss. But credit cards provide more superior protections by law than debit ones.
A mistake on your credit report could cost you tens of thousands of dollars in higher mortgage, auto loan and credit card rates.
After years of shunning their credit cards, many consumers are returning to using them regularly. What could this mean for you and the economy?
New Federal Reserve figures suggest we could see another rise in credit card debt and card delinquencies. Should we be worried?
Too many of us buy too many things because we're attracted by features that we'll never use.
They offer a few incentives while charging a fortune in interest, and yet consumers still love them. What gives?
A blogger recently explained how it's possible to earn a million miles in a year -- without taking a single flight. But is really worth the effort involved?
The 2012 holiday season may have seen more plastic gift cards bought than ever before. But at least one survey suggests many shoppers were avoiding using their credit cards for seasonal purchases, That's great if you were one of them. But what if you're starting 2013 with more credit card debt than you're comfortable with?
A number of credit card technologies are moving fast. But the ones that looks set to move most quickly in 2013 are those enabling mobile payments.