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Placing a security freeze can ice out fraudsters trying to get credit under your name.
Adding or becoming an authorized user can affect your credit in positive or negative ways.
Don’t let these common missteps trip you up on the road to good credit.
Even if you have good credit, approval of your credit card or loan app isn’t always a sure bet.
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You can establish a credit history sooner than you think with these credit-building methods.
Filing bankruptcy doesn’t have to hold you back from rebuilding your credit.
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FICO’s new index offers banks and lenders new insight into your financial resilience potential.
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Don’t allow your credit to take a hit from these crucial credit score components.
Red flags on a pre-employment credit check can scare away the employer of your dreams.
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A nonprofit credit counseling agency can help you pay off debt and manage money better.
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Getting your credit back on track is easier than you think. Here’s how to get started.
Just because you want that brand-new car doesn’t mean it’s good for your finances.
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The period after a divorce isn’t just a time for emotional recovery – it’s a time for financial recovery, too.
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Your credit score can make your life easy or hard, so pay attention.
Not everything that comes with a good credit score is obvious.
Now that you’ve earned an excellent credit rating, here’s how to cash in on your good reputation.
The FTC and Equifax are settling a lawsuit regarding a data breach. Learn how to claim your free monitoring from the Equifax settlement.
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Having poor credit can make saving money and buying a house more difficult. Believe it or not, it can also put a strain on your love life.
If you have bad credit or none at all, here’s how you can still get a credit card.
People sign up for them without knowing what they are and pay for it later.
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Some credit myths are just that – myths, and they do more harm to your credit than good.
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