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A spring cleaning checklist for your credit score

It's that time of year again. Time to grab some paper towels, get some Windex, find a broom and start spring cleaning.Or, you could set the vacuum and sponge off to the side and focus on cleaning up something far more important: your payment


Financial Literacy 101: Credit in America today

In our first Financial Literacy 101 blog, we covered credit score basics: What it is, what the scores mean and how they're determined. In this piece, we're going to shift our focus to the country as a whole. If you're curious about


Women tend to have lower credit scores?

Millions of Americans may know full well that they need to improve their credit scores, but for many it's often difficult or even impossible to do so. There may be many reasons for this, but the issue seems to impact women more so than


Can bad credit hurt your job search?

Millions of Americans have likely learned the hard way over the past few years that bad or limited credit histories can make it very difficult to establish a strong financial base. This is true for a large number of reasons, but perhaps the


Saving money only part of the path to financial success

Just about everyone would probably be a little better off if they saved more money than they currently do, and that's certainly true of those who struggle to pay their bills each month. Failure to put some money away - whether into an emergency


What can consumers do with alternative credit scores?

Millions of Americans may have learned over the last several years that it's important to maintain a good credit score, and that this can be closely linked to also having healthy overall finances. However, many might have also heard of


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