Bad or low credit makes everything hard — even renting an apartment. Here's how you can still find a place when your credit is weak.
Man's best friend may be loving and loyal — when he isn't chewing up your shoes, or your credit. Avoid these common credit score bite marks.
Don't let a low credit score hold you back. You can get it on the upswing — faster than you might think.
Lenders can't use your age as a factor when deciding to give you a loan, but that doesn't mean age doesn't matter. Here's why.
A credit history shows lenders what kind of borrower you are, and without one, you may as well be invisible. Start showing lenders who you are!
A secured credit card is a great way to repair (or build) credit. Before you sign up, be sure you understand the basics.
To help those with little credit history, the bureaus now use more kinds of payments in their profiles. How much will your credit improve?
Secured credit cards can help build or rebuild credit — but you may be surprised by the other benefits they offer, too.
It takes credit to build credit — one of life's great ironies. To build a good rating, don't be afraid to turn to a good secured credit card.
After conquering debt, it's tough to find yourself back in the hole. Have faith! You can pay off your debt again — this time for good.
We all know that bad credit makes borrowing hard, but it can also crimp your lifestyle in other ways. Live a fuller life with better credit!
You know you should be reviewing your credit report annually. When you do, these are the credit dangers to look for.
FICO has a new formula for determining credit scores, and it should help borrowers. Find out how it might help you, too.
Understanding this key credit scoring ratio may be the secret to unlocking a higher credit score. The math is simple, and so is the strategy.
Another what!? Yep, responsibly maintaining several credit accounts is good for your financial health. Know when to apply for your next.
There's a lot more to a credit report than just the score. Find out what the bureaus know about you — and how you can improve your credit.
Credit card companies, banks, retailers, and insurers may know more about who you are than your parents do. A lot more.
A good credit history can save you a small fortune over a lifetime. Here's how to build one.
Identity theft is a growing concern: with surprisingly little information, a thief can do lasting harm to your credit score and bank accounts. However, there are steps that you can
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