There's a way to find out if a credit card is going to appear -- even before you apply -- and if you're trying to rebuild credit, it's crucial to know.
Being the family finance nerd doesn't mean having the highest scores. Here's how people with similar, shared credit histories can end up with different scores.
Driving well won't guarantee the lowest auto insurance rates if your credit isn't up to par.
With some simple changes to your budget, you may be able to boost your credit score. Here are 3 changes to consider.
Your credit card debt has a huge impact on your credit scores. Does it make sense to move balances from one card to another?
If you don't go by your first name, or if you've recently changed your name, you have all the more reason to check your credit report.
The traditional advice of using US mail is still the best in some cases. In others, you can get faster results by going online.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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