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If you owe the IRS money and you want to see your tax details in one place, they recently released an online tool that shows your balance. Taxpayers can log on, check their account balance and pay directly from IRS.gov.Read more...

If you've punched in credit card details while shopping online, you've probably wondered how secure those digits are. According to Newcastle University, the answer is: not very. Its researchers have discovered that thieves are using web b...

When Costco announced it was ditching its exclusive co-branded American Express card in favor of a Citibank-issued Visa card, customers worried about the various ways this switch could affect their finances and credit, but one family says the change...

Settling your debt isn’t always a good idea, but like it or not, it’s an option that exists within the lending industry. In general, settling a debt will lower your score, but that’s not always the case—particularly if the debt in question is...

Two years after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau first proposed rules aimed at making prepaid cards safer and less costly for the 24 million unbanked consumers who make use of these sometimes costly and fee-laden financial products, the agen...

If you change your name when you get married (or any other time), be prepared for the extra paperwork . And as banks, lenders, and other institutions implement the name change, you might run into the occasional hiccup.Read more...

Are millennials still using credit cards? Despite stories to the contrary, Credit Karma says they are.  The online credit management platform took a survey of just over 1,000 millennials ages 18 to 34 throughout May and June. It found that two-t...