Your FICO score is a three-digit number between 300 and 850 that indicates how likely you are to repay your debts. It is the score most often used by lenders when deciding whether you qualify for a loan or credit card.
Getting an apartment when you don’t have a credit history can be tricky. But remember: No credit isn’t the same as bad credit. Here are some ideas for convincing your new landlord that you are worth the risk.
Car Insurance. You probably have it, but do you fully understand it? It’s important to understand car insurance definitions and coverage types so you buy enough to protect yourself but not more than you need.