Debit cards overhaul will begin capping transaction fees in October. But issuers of debit cards are cancelling rewards programs and other consumer perks.
Credit-card swipe fees are high and unfair in the United States. Congress should get them changed.
Governments are replacing paper checks with debit cards to disburse all kinds of benefits. But the cards have fees. Is that fair?
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Credit cards are losing their luster as a method of payment, especially among young adults.
Usually, the impact on your credit score is minimal and short term. But it could hurt if you plan to take out a big loan soon.
Instead of the usual 1 percent cash back, many Discover Card holders can earn 2 percent starting Nov. 15 – just the thing for Black Friday shoppers.
Credit card companies are offering some of best teaser rates ever – if you have a job.
Credit cards and their users will probably see little change as a result of the suit from the Justice Department.