Have you ever had a situation where you had to utilize a great deal of your credit limit? If so, did you find yourself in a negative spiral of repercussions for utilizing credit? Here are some things that can happen when your balance starts to rise.
Here’s how you can freeze your credit to avoid fraudulent activity. This is especially important after a hack like the one experienced by Equifax recently.
Credit cards can be a useful tool if you do your research a make a plan for your spending. Here’s how to get the most out of your credit cards.
Being a victim of tax related identity theft can leave you scrambling to take the proper steps to set things right. Here’s are the things you need to do.
While credit mistakes aren’t going to be the end of you, they can stay on your credit report longer than you might realize.
Many of us suffer from a temporary income drop at one point or another. What we don’t consider is how long it may take to bounce back from such a situation.
Credit Sesame is a service that gives you FREE monthly credit scores and credit monitoring. Here is what they have to offer, and why you should sign up.
Financial gurus are telling you how to get out of debt, and what to do with your money and investments. The question is, should you follow their advice?
The Wall Street Journal lists 15 important numbers that everyone should know to make better financial decisions. Here they are, broken down by category.
A recent Bankrate report indicates that electronic gift cards are probably a better choice when you are giving to members of the younger generation.
Know the risks and tools before jumping into the world of online loans, and you could join thousands of borrowers that are beating their banks.
Consumer credit sites can be helpful, but you do need to be aware of their limitations. Here are 3 things you should know about consumer credit sites.
Debtor’s prisons were outlawed in the 1800’s, but you can still end up in jail today because of your debt. Here’s how to avoid ending up in the slammer.
Is it possible to live in our society without using credit, or is it next to impossible to live outside of that accepted credit scoring framework?