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Regulation Regarding Credit Card Surcharges Is Headed to the Supreme Court

The constitutionality of banning credit card surcharges is headed to the Supreme Court. We go over the recent developments and explain the...

New York May Stop Asking for Your Profession When Getting Car Insurance

Asking for one's profession when getting car insurance has been a frequently criticized practice. New York State however is poised to be...

Samsung Pay Announces Launch of a New Rewards Program

Samsung recently announced its newest rewards program for Samsung Pay users. Is it enough to turn the tide away from other giants like...

Hurricane Matthew’s Final Death Toll And Damages

Hurricane Matthew killed 49 in the U.S. and public and private insured losses were as high as $5 billion.

Historic Earthquakes Continue To Rattle Oklahoma Homeowners

This news article discusses the damages of a magnitude-5 earthquake occurred just outside Cushing, Okla. on Nov. 6, 2016, and the impact of...

Credit Cards Transaction Volume Expected to Grow 54% by 2020

Credit card, debit card, and prepaid card payments are expected to grow in the coming years according to recent projections by the Nilson...

Survey Shows Women Less Optimistic About Paying Off Holiday Credit Card Debt

A new survey by TransUnion reveals differences in how men and women are planning to tackle holiday credit card debt. We analyze how these...

Homeowners Insurance Claims Continue To Drop In The U.S.

The number of homeowners insurance claims in the U.S. continued to decline in 2015, according to an inaugural report by a leading industry...

Changes To New York Flood Maps Are A Reflection Of Technology Advancing

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has agreed to revise flood maps in New York City after an independent analysis – another...

Chase, Citi and Wells Fargo Report Mixed Q3 Credit Card Performance

America’s retail banks have begun reporting their third quarter performance for the year. Due to the competitiveness of the space, growth...

CFPB Fines Navy Federal Credit Union $28.5M Over Debt Collection Practices

The Consumer Financial Bureau has fined the Navy Federal Credit Union for engaging in improper debt collection practices. Find out what...