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Have you ever filled out an application for a credit card or a loan, only to be denied? Experiencing such a rejection should serve as a wake-up call that something about the way you manage money and use credit may need to change.
You can't have a strong credit history or good credit score without having any credit history at all. And while this is a common problem for young adults and those just entering the work force, it can also be problematic for women.
We all hope to get better with our money, but what does that actually look like? And how can you tell if you’re moving in the right direction?
FICO's new FICO 9 scoring model has been slowly gaining traction since its launch in 2014. Here's how the changes in this new scoring system could impact you.
Over two-third of Americans admit to making some sort of significant, credit-related mistake before the age of 30, often without understanding the consequences.
"There's a garnishment on my wages. I have the money to pay off the debt, but the garnishment is convenient. Can I just leave things as they are?"
You've got some extra money and you want to pay down some debts. The question is, what use of that money will have the biggest impact on your credit score?
Is there such a thing as having too many credit cards? Well, if you own the world record for most open credit cards, the answer is probably "no."
In some instances, a store card may benefit you and your shopping habits. But there are some store cards you should pass on every time.
Recently a collection agency sent a letter saying I could pay part of my debt and my credit report will say Paid Off Less than Full Balance. Or I can pay off the full amount and it will be reported as Paid in Full. What is my best option?
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