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Stay-At-Home Moms Face Credit Card Bias

Posted in Credit Cards on May 5th 2011

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It looks like stay-at-home parents may not benefit from tighter regulation of the banking industry. Federal rules that will take effect this October will require credit card issuers to assess the creditworthiness of card applicants using their individual income or salary and not household income.

Do you think the rule is fair or should be eliminated?

Stay-At-Home Moms Face Credit Card Bias - Alpha Consumer (usnews.com)

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