Checking accounts are still safer for consumers than prepaid cards, but that doesn't matter to consumers who find prepaid cards a better deal.
Men are demanding some Valentines Day swag of their own, and as delusional as women about the dollar amount they deserve.
It might sound a little crazy to suggest you can use a credit card to rebuild your credit history, but five simple steps could be all it takes.
No fees? Zero-percent APR? Money back, and bonus points for spending? It's all possible.
More than half of car sharing consumers in a survey say they have avoided a new vehicle purchase because they can grab a car, cheaply, on short notice.
Consumer debt levels were in retreat last year, thanks in part to a steady drop in unemployment throughout 2013.
The average kid is getting $65 per month and $780 per year in allowance -- enough to buy an Apple iPad and three Kindles.
Think you're a hero for going into work when you're sick? Only 12% of managers even know you're making a sacrifice.
That's more than the average monthly bills for electricity, phone and groceries for most households, and it would be unthinkable to the average family 20 or 30 years ago.
Nine out of 10 global health care consumers say they'll pay more for pretty much whatever makes them feel better and healthier.