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Auto Insurance Rates Increases in Florida

In the last five years Florida has experienced above average rate increases for its auto insurance. In this article we give an overview of...

Auto Insurance Rate Increases in Texas

In the last five years Texas has experienced above average rate increases for its auto insurance. In this article we give an overview of...

New Yorkers May Soon Begin Paying Credit Card Surcharges

The U.S. Supreme Court vacated a decision of the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, giving life to a case that can mean New Yorkers...

Hike In Fed Rate Adds Hundreds Of Millions of Dollars to Credit Card Debt

This week’s rise in the Federal funds rate will pile an additional $409 million in debt onto the balances of consumers in 200 U.S. cities...

Mastercard and UniRush Ordered to Pay $13 Million by the CFPB

Thousands of consumers who were affected by the RushCard prepaid debit card outage will soon receive refunds thanks to a new order by the...

Millennials Are Applying for Credit Cards but Not Qualifying for Them

New findings by consumer risk management firm ID Analytics found that 35% of new credit card applications are made by millennials. That’s 6...

How the Chase-Intuit Deal Could Change Online Banking

Last Wednesday, JPMorgan Chase and Intuit Inc. announced a partnership to share customer bank account information, beginning what may be a...

What Bank Credit Card Performance in Q4 Means For Consumers in 2017

The latest financial releases from America’s largest banks show that outstanding credit card loans continue to increase, correlating with...

Chase Rolls Out Free Credit Scores for Customers and non-Customers Alike

Find out about Chase’s new free Service – Credit Journey. We go over the types of credit scores it provides, and what it means for the...

Federal Reserve Increases Interest Rates and Anticipates 3 More Hikes by Q4 2017

The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates in the United States. We go over their decision and its implications on consumers.

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...