Miranda Marquit on June 30, 2020
Federal law lets these entities peek at your credit — regardless of whether you’re borrowing money.
Lucy Lazarony on June 24, 2020
Sometimes, you can save money — or even build wealth — by slowly paying down a mortgage.
MTN Staff on June 24, 2020
As it turns out, the answer might not be as simple as you would hope.
Stacy Johnson on June 22, 2020
If you’re going to use your home as collateral for a loan, you’ve got choices. Here’s how to decide what to do and whether to do it.
Stacy Johnson on May 18, 2020
Having less available credit should make you less of a risk. But sometimes it has the opposite effect.
Chris Kissell on May 6, 2020
These companies will provide your VantageScore credit score without making you pay for the privilege.
Money Talks News on April 30, 2020
Heading into turbulent economic waters, here’s a way to get some relief from high-interest card debt.
Money Talks News on April 28, 2020
If you need relief from debt on high-interest cards, jump on one of these deals offering generous introductory periods at 0% APR — some with cash-back programs to boot.
Stacy Johnson on April 27, 2020
If you are going to borrow money from — or lend money to — a friend or relative, at least do it correctly.
Donna Freedman on April 16, 2020
How many of these myths do you believe?
Money Talks News on April 16, 2020
Yes, most travel is on hold for now, but this card is perfect for ordinary purchases that will lead to extraordinary vacations when we get the all-clear.
Maryalene LaPonsie on April 14, 2020
You no longer need to pay for a look at this widely used credit score.
Marilyn Lewis on April 10, 2020
If you’re worried about missing an upcoming mortgage payment, you have some options.
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