Stay-at-home spouses now eligible for cards, CFPB says

04/29/2013 | Reuters

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau made changes Monday to the Credit CARD Act, correcting a provision that allowed credit card companies to consider only individual independent income, not total household pay, when verifying an ability to pay. That provision sometimes meant stay-at-home parents and nonworking consumers were not approved for cards, critics said.

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