Today on Blogcritics
Home » Author Archives: A Finance Geek

Author Archives: A Finance Geek

Hey Congress, Small Business Owners Are People Too!


Most small business owners are still subject to predatory pre-recession credit tactics. Passing the Small Business Credit Card Act of 2013 would be a step in the right direction. Read More »

Common Sense on Credit and Debit Card Fraud

People worry so much about fraud, but in reality you're not in a whole lot of danger. Read More »

Credit Card Issuers Showing a Social Side

In their search for young consumers with high income potential, banks have moved off college campuses and onto the Web. Read More »

The Best Defense Against Rising Gas Prices? A Strong (Credit Card) Offensive

Believe it or not, there are ways to save on gas that don't necessitate significant lifestyle changes. Read More »

Free Money this Holiday Season: Make the Best Use of Gift and Credit Cards

Plastics can save you a lot of money this holiday season, and, no, I’m not talking cosmetic surgery. Read More »

Debt Figures Show that Americans are in Denial

Why, in the aftermath of the Great Recession, do U.S. consumers appear committed to consistently adding new credit card debt? Read More »

Credit Cards Offering Free Money?

Credit cards with initial rewards bonuses can save you up to $800, but there's a catch. Read More »

Expect the Quick Demise of Bank of America’s $59 Membership Fees

Membership fees exploit a legal loophole to profit off customers in credit card debt. They won’t be around long. Read More »

Credit Card Law Should be Judged with Facts, not Political Bias

Coincidence and ignorance are behind the belief that the CARD Act increased interest rates; economic pressures are the real reason. Read More »