In many cases, a balance transfer can be a smart choice. However, a balance transfer isn’t always the right choice. Here’s how to know the difference.
Every year, the credit reporting agency Experian puts out a report on credit trends in the United States. How do you stack up?
We don’t anticipate using any credit anytime in the near future, so should we even care about or keep track of our credit scores?
There are several different ways to consolidate your debt. Let’s take a closer look at how it works and at the pros and cons of debt consolidation.
With its cash back rewards, balance transfer offers and no annual or overlimit fees, Discover has a solid credit card offering. Here’s a review.
Researchers estimate that as many as 50% of U.S. household have credit card debt. Here are 4 tips for getting out of debt.
Apparently quite a few traditional big banks are now engaging in and offering payday lending as an option, even if it isn’t under that name. Apparently they couldn’t resist the easy money.
Dealing with debt can seem like you’re sinking in quicksand. The psychological burden of dealing with scarcity can lead to even more poor financial decisions, and more debt.
Credit Sesame announced that they are now offering a free credit monitoring service in addition to their free credit score and saving advice found on their free to use site.
If you’re faced with a large debt on an underwater vehicle, what will happen if you just let it be repossessed?
The new Credit Sesame credit score app is a great way to stay on top of your credit while on the go. It allows you to see your Experian credit score for free.
Where did the credit bureaus come from, and how long have they been around?
Most of us need to have a reliable car to get from point A to point B. But how much of a down payment should we put down when buying a car? 10? 20%? Or should we only pay 100% in cash?
Dave Ramsey is fond of saying that you don’t want to be normal because “normal” is broke. Now, CreditLoan has graphic proof of that in the infographic, “A Lifetime of Debt: The Financial Journey of the Average American.” Comprised of information from several sources, this infographic, which is laid out like the Life board game, […]