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22 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
Imagine how wonderful credit cards would be if they didn't charge interest. You'd get the safest way to pay, plus perks, extra consumer protections, and miles, points or cash back all for free -- unless you opted to pay an annual fee for extra services.
Yesterday | The Motley Fool
The average income tax refund received by Americans this year was roughly $2,700.
Sunday | The Wichita Eagle
Payday lenders in Kentucky are coming under increasing restrictions because of a pair of laws passed by the state and federal governments at the start of the decade.
Now the tan is fading and the beach towels are packed away, it's a good time to turn your attention to your finances - particularly if you have splurged over the holidays.
The New Year signals the universal practice of resolving to break bad habits. Many people focus on health when making resolutions.
Lobbyists are working hard to undermine consumer protections so the poor and middle class can swipe their cards and lose everything.
Gov. Rick Scott's campaign promises this year are a U-turn of sorts from his first run for the job, where his policy proposals were geared to outsize his challengers and not tethered to the state's economic realities.
Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1pthnrW Neon signs illuminate a payday loan business in Phoenix on Tuesday, April 6, 2010, one of 650 operating in the state with some open 24-hours a day.
Each year CANSTAR researches both the deposit and credit card products available for New Zealand businesses and rates those products from one to five stars in accordance with the value that the product represents for business owners.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin talks to Northern Illinois University graduate Jessica Ibares about her student debt on Friday at the university.
Fueled by a stronger economy, credit-card debt is accelerating for the first time in years in Metro Orlando - one of the country's fastest-growing markets for paying with plastic, a new study has found.
Trulia gives home buyers, sellers, owners and renters the inside scoop on properties, places and real estate professionals.
I've just started graduate school, and my grandmother plans to give me money to help with my expenses.
Pity the poor millennials, those born between 1977 and 1997, who are graduating from college and can't get a job.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 09:33 pm
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