Banks won’t give out credit cards that are secured, and the U.S. will stop providing credit cards with “secured” status

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY) will not provide credit cards as “securitized” by the U,S.government.FRBNY officials announced on Thursday that they will stop offering credit cards at this time, with the exception of a limited number of secured credit cards issued by the US government.The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) announced on […]

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Trump’s budget blueprint proposes $50 billion in savings for the poor, disabled, seniors, and veterans

President Donald Trump’s proposed 2018 budget would cut $50 trillion from the national debt over 10 years, according to an outline prepared by his budget director.The budget would make the first of Trump’s eight annual economic stimulus announcements in 2018, the president’s third in three years.The plan includes $1.6 trillion in tax cuts, $50 million […]

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How much does a bachelor’s degree cost in the U.S.?

Discover student loans are widely considered to be one of the most expensive degrees available, but according to a new study, the cost of a bachelor degree in the United States is actually less expensive than some of the other major credit programs.The report from Credit.com examined the cost per credit score and estimated the […]

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