LowCards.com Weekly Credit Card Update–November 21, 2014

Shoppers Just Don't Care About Credit Card Hacks If Target and The Home Depot are still reeling from the collective breach of 96 million customers' credit and debit cards, it didn't show in either company's earnings reports this week. Target … Continue reading

Ways to Get a Credit Card after Bankruptcy

Rebuilding your financial life after bankruptcy is not easy. Your credit score has taken a tremendous hit and needs to be increased. This will take time but you must be diligent in working toward this goal. One way for people … Continue reading

LowCards.com Weekly Credit Card Update–October 4, 2013

CFPB Targets Banks' Campus Deals The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is concerned that deals between banks and colleges steer students toward checking accounts and debit cards that come with high fees or other costs. Schools and the banks say any fees and other … Continue reading

Credit Cards After Bankruptcy

Filing bankruptcy is a tough decision, and for most, it is the absolute last resort. Nevertheless, it is the only way that some people can escape bad financial decisions from the past. No matter what led you to file, you … Continue reading

Forgiven Credit Card Debt May Be Taxable

If you negotiated a debt settlement in 2012 on the balance of your credit card account, you may surprised to find that you owe taxes on the debt that has been forgiven. The IRS views forgiven debt of $600 or … Continue reading

LowCards.com Weekly Credit Card Update November 2

Rise in Household Debt Might Be a Sign of Strengthening Recovery American households are taking on more debt than they are paying down for the first time since the recession started.  Some economists even see an end to the long, … Continue reading