Unemployed? Don’t Let a Job Loss Ruin Your Credit Score

If you are among the millions of Americans currently unemployed, you’re probably juggling a lot already. But now is not the time to drop the ball on your credit score. That mistake can cost you a lot in the long run. The latest official unemployment rate from the...

Working to Achieve Your Credit Goals: Why Did My Credit Score Drop?

What happens if your credit score drops? Here are steps you can take to work toward your credit goals.

What is the Difference Between Credit Freeze and Credit Lock?

There are steps you can take to help protect your identity and your credit. This includes a credit freeze or a credit lock.

How Refinancing Your Mortgage Can Temporarily Impact Your Credit Score

Refinancing your mortgage can have major benefits, but it also can cause your credit score to temporarily dip in some scenarios. Here’s how refinancing can affect your credit score.

How Your Credit Scores Can Determine How Much You Pay for Insurance

Your credit score can affect how much it costs to insure your car, home, life and more. Insurers use the information in your credit report (among other risk factors) to generate a credit-based insurance score that helps determine your monthly premiums.

Should You Continue to Make Payments on Suspended Federal Student Loans?

President Trump has ordered an extension of suspended payments for federal student loans through Dec. 31, extending the CARES Act suspension through the end of the year. The forbearance continues to provide some economic relief to borrowers who have been financially...

The Difference Between Hard Inquiries and Soft Inquiries on Your Credit Report

Know the difference between hard inquiries and soft inquiries on your credit report.

How Do Your Credit Scores Affect Your Mortgage Rates?

Looking to buy a new home or refinance your current mortgage loan? Your credit score plays an important role in determining your mortgage rates.

How to Close Joint Credit Cards After a Breakup

It’s a good idea to close joint credit cards after a divorce or breakup. Here are some tips on how to close joint credit cards effectively.

Is Your Lender Using FICO® Scores? It Pays to Know

There are different credit scoring models, but they don’t all carry the same weight with lenders. In fact, 90% of lenders use FICO® Scores, according to Fair Isaac Corp.

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