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Americans still seem to be scratching their heads over their credit scores, and that ignorance can be dangerous.
Deductions, loopholes, deferrals and retirement tax breaks, among other things, can keep cash in your pockets during tax time.
Reading the fine print on college financial aid letters can save consumers big money.
Debit cards are out and mobile payments on the way in, if you ask the majority of Millennials.
The nation is at a 23-year high for excessive debt in households nearing retirement, and most families will lose income needed to lower it.
Checking with your bank before you travel helps you avoid big fees using credit cards, debit cards and foreign currency once you reach your destination.
The public standing of America's biggest banks hit all-time lows a few years ago, but it looks like customers can't stay away.
I.D. theft worries consumers, but they don't think there's much to be done about it.
Despite the enthusiasm the industry sees for making payments from smartphones, ease of use and security remain issues for many potential customers.
If it's better rates and more one-on-one customer service you're seeking, smaller financial institutions make a strong case.