Tying the knot doesn’t mean your credit will follow suit. Take a look at these common credit myths about marriage.
Credit & Debt
There are several ways that failure to pay what you owe can put you behind bars.
These fictional TV moms may be drug dealers, superheroes or dealing with a zombie apocalypse, but they haven’t been taking good care of their credit.
A new survey reveals Americans are most embarrassed to admit their amount of credit card debt.
Adjustable-rate mortgages are coming back in a big way. The hook is a low monthly payment to start, but you’re playing with fire as the interest rate rises.
A Senate bill would mandate free annual credit scores for consumers.
Here are seven simple tips to help newbies in the credit world borrow money and build a credit history.
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