Could credit card lenders see fee limit this year?
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A court case between millions of businesses and the country’s largest financial institutions could end up leading to lower prices and therefore potentially less credit card debt for consumers.

The lawsuit, a private antitrust case between about 5 million merchants large and small against financial giants like Visa, MasterCard and 13 of the biggest banks in the country, is over what businesses say are unfairly high interchange fees charged to them every time they accept a credit card transaction, according to a report from CNBC. And the case could have a far-reaching impact when it comes to those large financial institutions. Some analysts say they may settle – and that it could cost them as much as hundreds of billions of dollars to do so – or that it may come down to the judge making a decision that could lead to lower prices.

Some believe that the judge could institute a fee limit on credi…………… continues on Debtmerica Relief

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Square one: how to build credit after divorce
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Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful and emotionally draining experiences of your life. Your credit score is probably the last thing on your mind, but you do need to make sure you’re working towards a healthy financial future in the midst of the separation from your spouse.

Some people are left with a very poor credit score after divorce because they find their ex didn’t pay bills on time and ruined the credit of both parties. Others simply don’t have any financial accounts under their own name. Whatever your situation, there are some effective ways to build or re-establish credit after divorce.

Here are five ideas to help you get started.

1. Pull your credit reports

First, find out where you stand. The only way to know the status of any joint credit accounts, or accounts that were formerly maintained in both of your names, is to check your most recent credit reports from Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. You can get them once a year at no cost through

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