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    Apple Pay already uses fingerprints; cards will come. Incorporating biometrics in ...
  2. Why Credit Karma is Free & How it Makes Money

    Credit scores originally were built for lenders, but Credit Karma makes the system ...
  3. Why You Suddenly Can’t Buy Gift Cards

    Fraud liability falls on the party ill-equipped to handle consumers’ chip-and-pin ...
  4. The Top 5 Financials Stocks for 2016 (JPM, BAC)

    Explore detailed analyses of the top five financials stocks to consider in 2016, ...
  5. EUFN: iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF

    Learn about the iShares MSCI Europe Financials fund, which invests in numerous European ...
  6. How To Live Without A Credit Card

    Debit cards are more widely accepted and provide better fraud protection than in ...
  1. Visa Stock at 52-Week Highs Ahead of Earnings ...

    Ahead of Visa's second quarter earnings results due after the closing bell Thursday, ...
  2. Keep Forgetting Passwords? Take A Selfie Instead! ...

    Keep forgetting your passwords? MasterCard provides a new way to authenticate online ...
  3. Credit Suisse Shares Plunge on Mounting Losses

    Shares of Credit Suisse tanked 11.1% to their lowest level since 1992 after it posted ...
  4. The Top 5 Financials Stocks for 2016 (JPM, BAC)

    Explore detailed analyses of the top five financials stocks to consider in 2016, ...
  5. American Express Cards: Centurion Vs. Platinum ...

    If you're offered a coveted black card from Amex, should you accept it?
  6. How Credit Karma Compares To Experian

    When you want to check your credit score and see the report, should you go directly ...
  1. How does NetSpend overdraft protection work?

    Discover how NetSpend overdraft protection works and how NetSpend charges a $15 fee for each overdraft transaction, with ...
  2. Is credit counseling as damaging as bankruptcy on my credit report?

    Learn whether credit counseling is as damaging as bankruptcy. Bankruptcy wipes out all debts, but it can cut you off from ...
  3. How would a standby letter of credit be used during an export transaction?

    Learn what a standby letter of credit is and how it works, as well as how a standby letter of credit is typically used for ...
  4. What is the difference between a savings & loan company and a bank?

    Find out how a savings and loan company, sometimes also known as a thrift or savings institution, focuses on different types ...
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