If you feel uneasy every time your bank balance drops, it might be time to revisit your spending patterns. After all, if you don’t set restrictions, chances are you won’t have enough income to reach your financial goals, like retirement, saving enough for your kids’ college tuition
In the wake of the Equifax data breach, many Americans are rightfully concerned about their credit. Will someone be using their identities to take out loans? The fact that there’s wildly different advice from different sources makes things even more confusing.
In any situation where you feel
That first credit card is a financial rite of passage for many Americans. For many, it’s their first method of borrowing money for consumer goods without putting something on the line – no house to anchor a mortgage,
After security officers dragged a passenger from a United Airlines plane last month, the internet was abuzz with accounts of customers cutting up their United credit cards and vowing never to fly the airline again.
Many of those customers seemed to find satisfaction in poking the company in the
It’s often called credit card hopping: applying to multiple credit cards and opening new accounts and sometimes closing old ones – usually, to take advantage of a new cash bonus, rewards points or other offers. It’s a strategy sometimes promoted by personal finance experts and naturally