Wondering how your credit score is calculated? It’s all about the information in your credit report. Make sure you understand what information lenders are looking at, and how that information impacts your credit score.
Sticking to a budget is hard enough without sneaky hidden charges cropping up on your bills. Watch your bank statements and read your receipts carefully to ensure you’re not paying any of these common hidden taxes.
As your debt piles up, it can begin to weigh you down. Learn how to take stock of your financial situation, create a spending plan, and make 2014 the year you finally get your debt under control.
Lenders use your credit score to assess your risk as a borrower, so it’s important to keep it in good shape. These credit mistakes can negatively impact your credit score, so do everything you can to avoid them.
The holidays are right around the corner, and now is the time to buy a car. Don’t get snowed by great deals, though—the true costs of ownership could offset even the best bargain.