As difficult as the recent recession has been, it’s taught many people some valuable financial lessons. Unfortunately, for many, the lessons learned came by way of a painful foreclosure, bankruptcy or a declining credit rating.
With the possible theft of millions of consumer email addresses from an advertising company, several large companies have started warning customers to expect fraudulent emails that try to coax account login information from them.
In spring, many are getting ready for swimsuit season by working out, but it’s a good time of year to get your finances in shape too. That’s why I’m daring you to follow these three tips, for two weeks in order to help you save $100. (Hence the title “3, 2, 1 Debt Detox!”)
Target said Thursday that a key revenue figure rose 1.8 percent for February, helped by sales of fresh food and by shoppers with its branded cards taking advantage of a 5 percent discount, but the results missed analyst expectations.
Solid holiday sales and improvements in its branded credit card business helped Target’s fourth-quarter profit rise almost 11 percent, but a company official cautioned Thursday that the economy is a “wild card.”
Burnsville Police need the public’s help finding a man and woman they think are responsible for taking purses from cars and then using the stolen credit cards and debit cards.
Citigroup Inc. and U.S. Bancorp Inc., two of the biggest U.S. banks, have signed a joint venture deal to offer payment processing services for Brazil’s growing credit card market.
Target Corp. is projecting a merry holiday as the discounter counts on a 5 percent discount for its credit and debit card customers as well as revamping of hundreds of stores to draw in shoppers.