Credit Cards

September 7, 2016

Parents Come Up Short on College Savings

College tuition continues to rise, putting increasing pressure on parents hoping to give their children a hand in paying for school. And more parents than ever are […]
August 30, 2016

The Evolving Threat of EMV Card Fraud

Chip-and-PIN cards are here to stay in the U.S. – despite some pushback from banks and retailers alike. While the switch means better protection for consumers […]
August 22, 2016

What is ‘Negative Wealth?’

Most people have some debt – payments to make, loans to pay back. But for some Americans, debt has gotten to an extreme and dire level: […]
August 19, 2016

Skimming Scams: Learn to Protect Yourself

Criminals have made off with as much as $3 billion dollars worldwide using devices that skim information from your cards.  The use of skimmers at ATMs […]
August 16, 2016

Are Millennials Scared of Credit Cards?

Data from the Federal Reserve indicates that the percentage of Americans under 35 who hold credit card debt has fallen to its lowest level since 1989, […]
August 12, 2016

What to Buy in August

August is all about back-to-school deals. Even frugal shoppers without school-age kids can find big discounts this month on items such as electronics and office supplies. […]
August 11, 2016

Holy Matrimony: Wedding Spending Averages $30K

It’s common knowledge that weddings are tough on the bank account – what you may not know, however, is just how much of a hit your/your parents’ funds […]