There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to this question—there are a number of things that can cause your score to fluctuate. The Equifax Experts share a few key reasons your credit score might be different each time you view it.
As temperatures rise this summer, so too can your utility bills. Whether you’re cranking up the a/c to cool your home or watering your lawn to keep it green, here’s what you need to know to keep your utility bills from skyrocketing.
If you’ve purchased a credit monitoring product or signed up for identity monitoring through your credit card company, you may have received an alert at some point. Know when an alert is likely harmless, and when it may be cause for alarm.
If you’re hoping to up the limit on one of your credit cards, don’t expect to simply call up your creditor and get an immediate increase. Know how to talk to your creditors and what to do if your request is denied.
Financial challenges, such as job loss or high medical costs, can have a devastating impact on your credit score. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to get back on track and help you to improve your credit history and credit score over time.