For months, we've told readers about the growing number of consumers turning to prepaid debit card products for their lower fee structures and often, better conveniences. More consumers these days are unbanked or underbanked than ever before.
Once again, we're looking a bevy of fees being tacked on to our credit card statements. They're small and you can be sure it's deliberate - most of us don't want to spend any time questioning a ninety cent charge, but make no mistake - they add up.
Along with credit card fees, the charging of bank fees also upsets consumers, especially when these fees make no sense or come at opportune time. Thankfully, here are a few of the most annoying fees and how you can avoid them.
The difference between poverty and affluence has more to do with money; it is a matter of mindset and lifestyle. In fact, there are several character traits that anyone can develop in order to create more opportunity for affluence in their life.
International travel is expensive enough, but some consumers take on extra fees and charges simply by ignorance. Awareness is the name of the game if you want to save money while you see the world.
There are several online and mobile applications that can help you keep better track of your money, invest in your future, and simply manage your finances more successfully than ever before.
Most people know that taking out payday loans are not exactly the best financial strategy but there are many reasons why consumers should avoid them altogether.
It is easy to find a credit card that offers rewards for membership but not all cards are created equally.
Most people plan to use their credit card when they go on vacation. Indeed, it is a reliable source of money when a family would prefer to have some freedom.