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Jamie Dimon says it’s ‘the most dangerous time the world has seen in decades.’ Here are all the ripple effects.

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Why you should consolidate your credit card debt, especially if you’re paying student loans

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Are credit repair services worth it? For those struggling with debt, the answer is often no

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Americans are less confident they can make the minimum payments on their credit cards, New York Fed says

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Credit card bills and student loan payments: If it’s too much, consider these options

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Student-loan borrowers waiting hours on hold and receiving incorrect information as payments resume

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Be extra vigilant about these credit card scams during the holiday season

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This year’s airlines with the most and least valuable points

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What to do if you get ghosted by a vacation rental host

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Do you know your credit card’s interest rate? Here’s how much a few percentage points can cost you over time.

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Car loan standards have eased a little, but not all signs are good for borrowers

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Is there a subprime credit-card crisis on the horizon?

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A Republican senator wants to limit credit-card APRs to 18%, but these credit cards are already capped that rate

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Consider this strategy before upgrading your credit card

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7 mistakes you don’t want to make with a balance transfer credit card

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Our older son, 37, is an artist and puts $1,000 a month on our credit card. Our other son, 35, is self-sufficient. Is that unfair?

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Personal-loan rates are half credit-card APRs. Is now the time to consolidate?

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3 steps to protect your credit score if a credit card closes your account

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Why the American Express Platinum Card fee hike may really be about airport-lounge overcrowding

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Generation Z credit-card debt soars 52% — but that may not be a bad thing. Here’s why.