We’ve all faced the dilemma of trying to establish credit when you have none. And while it may seem like an overwhelming prospect, there several realistic ways to build credit with credit cards.
The dream of owning a home or new car can't become reality without creating big financial goals — and achieving them. Follow these five steps to significantly increase your odds.
Forget the chip or magnetic stripe on your credit card. A restaurant in Southern California now can ring up credit card payments with facial recognition.
In one way or another, the new tax law passed by Congress in December 2017 will affect your taxes. But will it affect your credit card APR? Here's what you should know.
Having less than excellent credit doesn't mean you're doomed to the bottom of the credit card barrel. There are plenty of credit cards for fair credit that offer solid rewards and perks.
Learning — and understanding — all there is to know about auto loans can drive you up a wall. Here are answers to six common questions so that your battery of knowledge about auto loans is fully charged.
It’s nearly impossible to get through life without knowing a little about how credit cards. But what are they really, and how do they function? Here's a look at the basics of how credit cards work.
Without a credit card, it’s difficult to build or rebuild your credit. But there is an option that can put you on the path toward financial freedom: a secured credit card.
There are probably more benefits of debt consolidation than you realize. Here are three of the big ones to consider when thinking about getting a debt consolidation loan.
The latest G.19 consumer credit report from the Federal Reserve indicates that consumer confidence is at an all-time high — and so is credit card debt.