From Studio 8H, It’s the Saturday Night Live Credit Card

Credit Cards

From Studio 8H, It’s the Saturday Night Live Credit Card

From Studio 8H, It’s the Saturday Night Live Credit Card

Comenity Bank recently released a rewards credit card for entertainment enthusiasts: the Saturday Night Live MasterCard. Comenity manages more than 125 retail credit programs, according to its website, offering rewards programs for brand-loyal customers. For SNL credit cardholders, the bulk of those rewards points will come from making entertainment-related purchases, and points can be redeemed… Read More

Could Selfies Stop Credit Card Fraud?

Credit Cards

Could Selfies Stop Credit Card Fraud?

Could Selfies Stop Credit Card Fraud?

One of the UAE’s largest banks, FGB, is offering a credit card with your face on it. Well, you don’t have to put your face on it, but this customizable product gives consumers the option of choosing a selfie for the card design, The National reports. Custom card design isn’t a new concept — for… Read More

6 Financial Moves to Help You Sleep Better at Night

Personal Finance

6 Financial Moves to Help You Sleep Better at Night

6 Financial Moves to Help You Sleep Better at Night

Have you ever spent sleepless nights worrying about your finances? Between battling debt, working to pay off a mortgage and planning for retirement, there is plenty to think about. But don’t let these worries keep you up at night — take action. Check out some money decisions that will help you rest easy. 1. Track Your Spending… Read More

The States With the Most Credit Card Debt

Credit Cards

The States With the Most Credit Card Debt

The States With the Most Credit Card Debt

Alaskans have consistently carried high credit card balances for the past few years, possibly due to the high cost of living in the state. According to data from the Experian-Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Reports, sorted using Experian’s IntelliView tool, only Alaska residents have carried an average credit card balance greater than $2,000 in the past three… Read More

The Charity That’s Taking On Debt Collectors

Managing Debt

The Charity That’s Taking On Debt Collectors

The Charity That’s Taking On Debt Collectors

The Samaritan Center in Jefferson City, Missouri cares for the poor by providing groceries, free medical and dental care, Christmas gifts and Halloween costumes for kids….and lawyers to fight off debt collectors. It might seem strange that what started as a food bank for that state’s capital city has turned into a pseudo law firm,… Read More

5 Ways to Cut Pet Care Costs

Personal Finance

5 Ways to Cut Pet Care Costs

5 Ways to Cut Pet Care Costs

Having a pet can add so much to your life — companionship, joy, comfort, aide, vitality… and bills. Aside from all the time and energy pets require, they can also be very costly. The upfront costs of getting a pet, along with ongoing cost of food, medical care, grooming and toys can lead to a… Read More

Help! I Lost My Job While I Was Buying a Home

Mortgages

Help! I Lost My Job While I Was Buying a Home

Help! I Lost My Job While I Was Buying a Home

Losing a job is tough enough. But what do you do if you find yourself out of work when you’re weeks or even days from closing on your dream home? Brutal. But it happens. Employment isn’t a requirement for getting a home loan – just ask retirees. The issue is ensuring there’s stable, reliable income… Read More

What’s Your Credit Score IQ?

Credit 101

What’s Your Credit Score IQ?

What’s Your Credit Score IQ?

Most people know a good credit score is crucial to getting an affordable loan or credit card, but there are a lot of misconceptions out there about credit scoring. If you want to boost your score, you first need to understand a few basics. Do you think you know them? Find out by taking this short… Read More

What Really Happens After Your Credit Card Is Stolen

Identity Theft

What Really Happens After Your Credit Card Is Stolen

What Really Happens After Your Credit Card Is Stolen

After a hacker steals your credit card number, you may receive an email, text or phone call from your bank to alert you of criminal or fraudulent activity with your credit card. This is a helpful and necessary measure implemented by financial institutions to help protect your accounts. However, sometimes the alert is too late and… Read More

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