You can now see the same credit information that lenders, insurers and landlords use to evaluate you. But you must know where to look if you want it for free.
This young reader wants to know how to deal with a common credit conundrum: How are you supposed to build a credit history when you keep getting turned down for lack of a credit history?
The average FICO credit score continues to climb. Here’s what is behind the trend — and what you can do to boost your own credit score.
Used to be, exceeding your limit or spacing out your bill were about the only ways your plastic would be rejected. Not anymore.
You can turn the tables on aggressive debt collectors. You may even get a lawyer to fight for you for free. Here’s what you should know — even if you have no outstanding debts.
Some negative information is being removed from consumers’ credit reports starting this month.
How you pay for a rental car directly affects whether you end up wasting or saving hundreds of dollars, if not more. So choose your plastic wisely.
Credit repair companies promise the sun and the moon, but they may instead be taking you for an expensive ride.
A Tennessee city’s newest workplace benefit is a student loan repayment program aimed at helping workers tackle their education debt.
If you’re thinking of buying a house or refinancing a home loan, these tips could save you thousands of dollars.
Wonder what happens when negative information is purged from your credit history? We have the answers.
Tens of millions of Americans are using a feature that offers convenience with a big trade-off. Here’s how to keep your credit card safe when shopping online.
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