Will you qualify for better credit cards if new changes to scoring systems improve your credit?
If you ever carry forward a card balance, you're going to pay interest. But how's your rate set and when can your rates rise?
Complaints about credit card companies have been logged on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's website for years. But now there are proposals to include consumers' own descriptions of their gripes.
As medical credit cards are attacked by consumer advocates, we ask: What are the smarter alternatives?
Prepaid debit cards may be getting better, but they're still no match for proper credit cards.
Credit card companies are mailing more offers, approving more applications and setting higher credit limits. Good or bad?
A case now in federal court could help consumers whose credit reports contain inaccuracies.
Many people die with outstanding balances on their credit cards. Who, if anyone, has to pay them?
Carrying credit card debt is frequently a sign of bad luck rather than weak character, according to new research.
Should we commemorate the Credit CARD Act's fifth birthday or regret that it was ever born?