A woman discovers that even though a case against her has been dismissed, a debt collector continues to check her credit. Is there anything she can do about it?
You can take steps to immediately begin turning a poor credit score into a stellar one.
Unmarried couples who share a home have some potentially thorny issues to deal with, and fewer legal guidelines to help if the relationship ends.
Qualifying for mortgages has become more difficult than it used to be, so you'll want your application to look as good as possible. But what does that mean for credit cards?
If you have poor credit or very little credit history, it can be difficult to establish yourself as creditworthy. These issuers are most likely to put plastic in your hands.
High credit scores take time to build, and they're worth guarding. Here's what you can do to keep the numbers high.
Employers may check your credit or reimburse you for business expenses you initially charged to your personal credit card. Is that a problem?
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