If you're looking for little ways to improve the health of your bank account, here are five ways you could get some more bang for your buck.
There's nothing wrong with a little shopping - unless it becomes an obsession. See if you need help curbing your habit.
Target says it's reached an agreement with Visa card issuers to reimburse the costs related to a data breach at the retailer in 2013.
Having trouble putting money aside? Here are some systems to put in place so you can amass cash without thinking too much.
Experts warn of an epidemic of card skimming, with losses in the billions. Here's what you need to know to protect your bank balance.
Transactions made through third parties like PayPal and Groupon may not be earning the credit card reward points you expect they should.
You probably get lots of offers for new credit cards. But should you take advantage of them?
American students spend about 1,000 hours in school each year, and yet very few, if any, of those hours are dedicated to learning about personal finance.
The 'alternate payment method fee' is just one of several wily add-ons card-card issuers are charging consumers. Here's how to avoid them.
From medical bills to travel expenses, here's a rundown of which purchases should be put on your credit card - and which should be left off plastic.
Despite talk of becoming increasingly rational after the 2008 financial crisis, Americans are once again swiping their credit cards.
A 20-something racks up debt pursuing a dream career - and now needs pointers on how to dig out while living on an irregular income.
Want to lower your APR or increase your credit card spending limit? All you have to do is ask. One call could save you hundreds of dollars.
Before you hit the highway or take to the tarmac this summer, it pays to get your money matters in order, too. Here are tips to ensure a better trip.
Choosing a travel rewards credit card can be overwhelming, so how do you go about choosing the right one for you? Here's what you need to know.
Some unscrupulous merchants abroad might try to take advantage of the dollar's strength to fill their own pockets a bit more with this sneaky tactic.
If businesses don't meet the deadline set by major credit card companies, they can be held liable for transactions made with phony chip cards.
Americans learned a big lesson about carrying too much debt after the financial crisis, right? A report showing debt levels rising suggests otherwise.
Carrying around your debit and credit cards to make your daily purchases from coffee to lunch to parking is easy, but the convenience could spell trouble.
Consumer borrowing surged again in April, helped by the largest gain in credit card borrowing in a year.