The three major credit bureaus will drop most medical debt from credit reports. For millions, this could mean a higher credit score.
Wondering why your credit score dropped? This guide reviews nine common reasons for credit score dips, plus how to address each one.
Managing money in your 20s is complicated and ever-changing. Look for these bank account features to set a solid foundation for your financial future.
While you don't need an excellent credit score to get access to loans and other credit, the higher your score, the more perks you'll see.
Fair credit is a step above poor and you likely won't get good interest rates on loans. Here's what a fair credit score looks like.
What is a good credit score? The answer is tricky, but this guide tells you everything you need to know to qualify for loans, credit cards, and more.
A debt-free lifestyle is appealing, but it doesn't build the credit history that you may need later in life (when you least expect it).
While the average credit score for Americans is around 710, individual states have different averages. See where you stack up to other consumers at the state level and get tips for improving your score!
If you ever want to borrow money to buy a car, a house, or fund your start-up, then you should start building a strong credit history as soon as you can. Read on to find out why your credit history matters and how to start building it when you’re young.
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