Credit card balances have reached pre-pandemic levels, according to the Federal Reserve, which means that many consumers may be looking for ways to consolidate multiple debts.
CPI data shows that consumer prices have risen 7% in the past year, which is the fastest rate of inflation since 1982.
Two-year personal loan rates fell to 9.09% in Q4 2021, which is the lowest it's been since the Federal Reserve began collecting this data.
More than half (57%) of Gen Z consumers who have set long-term goals for 2022 opted for a financial New Year's resolution, according to a new survey.
January is the perfect time to reflect on your money habits in the past year and find ways to improve your spending behavior, so you can have peace of mind about your financial plan.
You can pay student loans with a credit card using a balance transfer, but it's best to avoid transferring student debt to a high-interest card. Learn more.
Most consumers are considering a financial New Year's resolution, according to a recent study from Fidelity. Keep reading to learn how you can meet your financial goals in 2022.
If your goal is to build better spending habits next year, consider these tips to meet your short-term and long-term goals.
Growth in holiday spending could reach an all-time high in 2021. Here are ways to pay down your holiday debt quickly.
The Credible Money Coach helps a retiree understand her options for managing credit card debt.
Auto loans, credit cards and personal loans to borrowers with low credit scores could increase in 2022, a new TransUnion forecast shows.
Curious about credit card consolidation loans? Read on to find out what these are and the best lenders to help you reach your financial goals.
Credit card expert Ted Rossman raises red flags to prevent you from falling for gift card scammers this holiday season.
Your search for holiday gift ideas ends here. Keep reading to browse some of Amazon's most-loved gifts of 2021, and learn about consolidating holiday debt when the gift-giving season is over.
Reader asks the Credible Money Coach how to get truck payment history report to credit bureaus.
This holiday shopping season, consumers are ditching short-term Black Friday deals in favor of a more long-term online shopping strategy, according to a new report.
Americans are applying for credit cards at a rate not seen since before the pandemic.
Consumers plan to spend $998 this holiday shopping season, according to a National Retail Federation (NRF) survey. Here's how you can overcome higher prices amid shipping delays and labor shortages to take advantage of holiday sales.
Two payment options are vying hard for shoppers’ attention this Black Friday: “buy now, pay later” services and store credit cards.
If you need to borrow money for the holidays, read this guide to learn more about your loan options.