When you’re in debt, it can be tempting to enlist the help of a credit repair company that promises an end to all of your troubles. Unfortunately, some are scammers trying to take advantage of you. Here’s what to look for.
If your debts are piling up, you may be considering bankruptcy. Before you make the decision, it’s important to understand how long a bankruptcy can stay on your credit report and how it can potentially impact your credit score.
Equifax has pledged more than $500,000 in support to help communities improve access to credit and build financial responsibility through a five-year partnership with Operation HOPE, a financial dignity nonprofit committed to providing financial empowerment to under-served communities. As part of the partnership, Equifax Chairman…
Lenders use the information in your credit report to assess your risk as a borrower, and negative information can make you look risky. Equifax Experts explain how long negative information, such as bankruptcies and collections, generally stay on your credit report.
You have credit scores from all three nationwide credit reporting agencies, and they may not be the same. Equifax Experts help explain why your scores may differ between agencies—and when you should be concerned.
There’s more to business-to-business marketing than telesales and direct mail marketing. In order to effectively and efficiently advertise your goods and services, you must be sure you’re effectively targeting your ideal markets and reaching the right people—the people who can make or influence buying decisions….