As you work to improve your credit score and creditworthiness, it’s important you understand how the information in your credit report can impact your financial future. Unfortunately, there are a few misconceptions about credit scores that may keep you in the dark.
Make 2014 the year you improve your money management skills and stick to your household budget. Start with these five tips that can help you prioritize your spending, save money, and get a grip in your financial life.
Interest rates are still low, and now may be the time to make some important moves that could positively impact your credit profile. From reviewing your investments to buying a car, the decisions you make in 2014 could influence your financial future.
Whether you’re a last-minute filer or you’ve been preparing for months, it can be hard to remember everything you need to gather in order to file your taxes. Tax expert Eva Rosenberg shares her tips that can help you prepare.
A high credit card interest rate can make it nearly impossible to pay off credit card debt. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to help lower your interest rate and help make your credit card debt a little more manageable.
Buying a home may be on your to-do list for 2014. Before you make an offer on the home of your dreams, be sure you understand the obstacles you may face when applying for a mortgage—and how you can overcome them.