Credit cards have been around for a long time now — and so have all these myths about paying with plastic.
It might seem like everyone under the sun gets approved for a mortgage, but don't be fooled — home loans are no joke. Make these money moves before applying.
Your credit history is like a fine wine — the longer it matures, the better it is.
Giving your teen authorized user access to your credit card might sound risky. Here's why you should do it anyway.
Just because you've left the working world behind, doesn't mean you can leave the credit world behind. Here's how to keep your credit score golden, too.
If the holidays put a hurting on your budget, there's no need to panic. These post-December moves will keep your credit in tip-top shape.
If your credit score takes a tumble, don't panic. Find out why your score may have taken a hit — and how you can bounce back.
So you're ready take on your awful credit score. Be careful — making these false steps could actually do more harm than good.
Old debts can clutter up the path to an otherwise clean credit report. It's time to do a little cleaning.
Before you stash your paid-off plastic, you might want to think twice about letting it hibernate.
Some folks steer clear of revolving debt, but in truth, it can be surprisingly helpful.
A lot goes through your mind when you finally overcome credit card debt. After "Whoo-Hoo!," what comes next?
It's no secret your credit score is important. But when it comes to getting a home loan, it's not the only determining factor.
You need to build your credit history, but you want to do it without traditional credit cards. Okay! Here's where you can start.
It takes hard work to give your credit score a kick in the pants. Don't sabotage it with these five screw-ups.
High credit card debt and a low credit score are thought of as the proverbial nail in the personal finance coffin. Not so! It really isn't the end of the world.
You really, really want it... and oh, that credit offer just looks so tempting! But be forewarned — you'll regret it if you buy it.
That hefty credit card bill finding it's way to your mailbox is packing a punch — and to more than just your wallet.
Conventional wisdom says cosigning a loan is a major money no-no. But are there exceptions?
That bill's due date has come… and passed. How long do you have before it's "officially" late?
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