The following article is from MSN Money. I thought it was well worth sharing with our readers. The article points out the importance of paying attention to your credit card bills… Read More
At one time this strategy made sense and many people received this advice. That’s because the only thing the potential lender could see was that you had a lot of credit available… Read More
Paying off your credit card charges in full every month is a sure way to help improve your credit score or maintain a good one. In fact, nationwide 37.5 percent of all consumers manage… Read More
A September 29th article in the Dallas Morning News highlights a growing trend in credit card usage. According to the article: “The number of consumers falling delinquent o… Read More
Let’s say you just returned from the new car dealer expecting to get the low interest rate advertised on the radio. Incredibly the dealer quoted you an interest rate much, much h… Read More
Mr. Parker: Why should I employ a credit repair company? Can’t I contact the credit bureaus directly and repair my credit score myself? … Read More
The previous blog entry provides lots of clues about getting a high credit score. Beyond doing these things, high credit scoring individuals do not use credit very often. When th… Read More
The largest component or your credit score is your payment history. This accounts for 35 percent of your total credit score. Payment history considers whether you’ve have a… Read More
Suppose you know your FICO (Fair, Issac Company) credit score number but don’t really understand what you’re looking at. (You can learn by credit score by paying a fee to one of… Read More
A new law allows consumers to view (online) or receive (by mail) a free annual copy of their credit report from each of the three credit reporting services: Experian, Equifax, and Tra… Read More
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