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Supreme Court Decision Favors Arbitration

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of arbitration in cases involving consumers and companies that issue low-rate credit cards to people with low credit scores. Under the new ruling, consumers are no ...
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Debt - A Way of Life for College Students in America

Through the past decade, debt has become increasingly common for college students throughout the U.S. According to FinAid.org, the amount of student loan debt among graduating college seniors averaged ...
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Why even bother with overdraft protection?

Most consumers are relatively familiar with the concept of overdraft protection, and many have experienced firsthand the fees that may be incurred when one spends more than is in their checking ...
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Brief Analysis of Credit Card Spending Over the 2010-2011 Holiday Season

At the beginning of March 2011, Experian released interesting data regarding credit card spending over the 2010-2011 holiday season. Though the average debt on credit cards decreased by 4% compared ...
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Consumers are Still Borrowing, but Less on Credit Cards

Consumers throughout the U.S. are borrowing again, but many are reluctant to borrow on credit cards. According to statistics from the Federal Reserve Board, the amount of outstanding credit card debt ...
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Debt Control Starts With Self-Control

If you are one of many Americans over your head in credit card debt, paying off your cards may be easier said than done. Some borrowers see paying down debt as denying themselves the things they want ...
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Can we take on the challenge of living within our means?

The recent recession has brought to light a key issue of concern: Americans' failure to live within their means. When the real estate market was on the rise, credit was all too easy to get and many ...
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Tempted to apply for a store-brand credit card? You should know the risks.

"Do you want to apply for a card and save 15% on all today's purchases?" If you have recently made a purchase at a large retailer, you may have heard these words at the checkout stand. "Save 15%" or ...
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The True Cost of Credit Card Rewards

What is the true cost of credit card transactions, for merchants and cardholders? It may be more than we realize. Merchants pay approximately 1-3% of every credit card transaction in order to accept ...
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