Credit scores can be confusing. Make sure you understand how they work and how to get a good credit rating.
The Internet abounds with credit card horror stories. But if you're responsible, plastic can be fantastic!
Your lender stamped a big fat "No" on your loan application. No sweat — make these moves, and "Yes" will follow.
We all know auto loans are bad for our bottom line. Check out just how much easier life can be when you straight-up own your car.
Congratulations! You're finally free of credit card debt. Now what should you do?
Debt management may not be fun, but that doesn't mean you should be embarrassed to ask these five basic questions.
Don't let runaway late payments wreak havoc on your credit score.
Buying a home for the first time can be super stressful. Get your finances move-in ready before you start your hunt, and it'll go easier than you expect.
That hefty credit card bill finding it's way to your mailbox is packing a punch — and to more than just your wallet.
If you plan to pay down high interest credit card debt with a new zero-interest card, make sure you understand the potential downsides.
Adding an authorized credit card user can help someone build their credit. But how exactly will it affect yours?
The catch-22 for teens ready to build their credit history… is not having any credit history. But does that mean you should cosign their credit card?
If your FICO score needs some TLC, these strategies will get it whipped into shape — ASAP.
If you could hop in a time machine, chances are you'd visit your younger, less responsible self to share some advice about smart credit card use.
If late loan payments have snowballed into default, don't panic. It's time to dust yourself off and get back on track.
If you've got more than one kind of debt to repay, target the debt that hurts your credit score the most and watch your rating improve — fast.
Ready to make a house a home? Get a leg up on a mortgage application by knowing what lenders are looking for.
Can a low FICO score damage your shot at your dream job? Yes and no. Learn what a potential boss can see in your credit report.
Generally speaking, debt is bad. But sometimes taking on debt is unavoidable — and can actually be good for you.
You know the drill — closing a credit card can damage your credit score. But sometimes, it might be the right move.
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