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New Rule to Make It Super Easy for Stay-at-Home Parents to Get Credit Cards

There is some relief coming for stay-at-home parents who are often starved of credit access because of lacking personal finances.

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99-Year-Old Woman Denied Credit Card Because of Her Age

Being denied credit is never fun, and for one 99-year-old woman, it was especially disheartening. She was turned down for a store credit card because of her age — but as it turns out, it was all a big misunderstanding.

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How Much Money Will a Bad Credit Score Cost You? — Dollars and Sense

Savvy consumers know having a higher credit score means getting a lower interest rate and paying less over the life of a loan — but how much less?

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Many Consumers Now Using Credit Cards for Basic Needs — Dollars and Sense

Once upon a time, people used credit cards as back-up funds, tapping into them only when an unforeseen emergency arose.

But now, thanks to the current state of the economy, a staggering number of consumers are using their cards for routine bills like mortgages and groceries.

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Do Americans Use Cash or Credit More? — Dollars and Sense

Credit card debt may have jumped during the holiday shopping season, but a new report indicates good old cash is still our first choice when we pay for smaller, everyday items.

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Survey Shows 650,000 Bank Customers Switched to Credit Unions

While Bank of America and other major banks have now scrapped a widely-derided plan to charge customers a monthly fee for using their debit cards, a new survey shows at least 650,000 people closed their accounts with those banks in the past month and fled to more consumer-friendly credit unions.

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Amarillo Residents Lose Thousands In Security Breach At ‘The People’s Federal Credit Union’

As it turns out, a breach in security opened up 'The People's Federal Credit Union' to vulnerability resulting in customers losing thousands of dollars. Charges popping up in California tipped people off and the APD Organized Crime Unit is working to correct the problem.

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