Tag Archive for: credit card debt

3 Financial Mistakes You’ll Regret During COVID-19

The moves you make in the coming weeks or months could spell the difference between emerging from the crisis financially unscathed or hurting for years. For three big mistakes it pays to avoid at all costs, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE

How Your Money Might Be Affected If The Fed Cuts Interest Rates

How would a rate cut — the first since 2008 — impact the average consumer? While it’s hard to predict, generally, a rate cut is good for borrowers, bad for savers, and mixed for investors. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Six Disturbing Personal Finance Trends To Be Aware Of

The latest sloppy American financial tendencies are worrisome. But if you're mindful about the financial choices you make, you can avoid falling victim to these six troublesome personal finance trends. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Interest Rates On The Rise This Holiday Season

The days of historically low interest rates are coming to an end. As of October 2018, the Fed's prime rate was at 2.19% – the highest it's been in over a decade. Why should you care? CLICK ON THE HEADLINE TO FIND OUT

After Fed Rate Hike, Americans Could Pay $2.2 Billion More On Credit-Card Debt

As many economists had expected, the Federal Reserve just raised its benchmark federal funds rate by a quarter-percentage point. But what consumers might not have expected: their credit-card bill is going up, too. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Financial Advisor Suze Orman: “Here’s What You Should Do With Your Tax Refund”

Suze Orman has some ideas on how you can put a tax refund to good use by putting at least a portion of it toward building financial security. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE