For young adults in America, many who have no credit score, trying to get a credit card can be frustrating. However, a company in Northern California has rolled out three credit cards aimed at millennials and Generation Z that don’t rely on credit scores to determine whether you’re worthy...
Many of us take having a credit card for granted, but for millions of Americans, these financial tools are out of reach. Fortunately, there's a new credit card for people with no credit.
For couples, finances can sometimes cause significant tension and heartache. If you want to raise your and your spouse’s credit scores, focus on improving these four areas.
Trying to raise your credit score in a hurry is tricky. It can often take weeks or months for something to affect your credit score. Fortunately, there are some ways to bump up your score that could potentially get the job done faster.
We’ve all faced the dilemma of trying to establish credit when you have none. And while it may seem like an overwhelming prospect, there several realistic ways to build credit with credit cards.
Every time you reach into your wallet and pull out a little plastic, it can have a big impact on your credit score. Here are five types of credit card transactions and other moves that can send your credit score south.
When it comes to credit cards, separating fact from fiction can be tough. We want to clear up some common credit card myths so that you’re not misinformed and making mistakes based on incorrect information.
Boosting your credit score can often take weeks or months. But there are things you can do to move your credit score in the right direction. Here are four ways to potentially raise your credit score fast (or at least as fast as possible).
Wondering why a credit company would want to verify income? Here are two good reasons why credit card companies want to peek at your paycheck.
It doesn’t take much to trash your credit score. A few late credit card payments or a wild borrowing spree