Perhaps you want to get your financial situation in order, but you’re not sure where to start. Follow these four steps, and you can be on your way towards your financial goals this week.
No credit score? Make sure you’re following these steps.
Since graduation, each year, I find myself a little unhappier with my body than the year before. This year, I have found better success with trying to control my weight. Each time, though, I seem to eventually fall right back off the proverbial horse. Is the upward climb inevitable?
At first we started out real cool Taking me places I ain’t never been But now, you’re getting comfortable Ain’t doing those things you did no more You’re slowly making me pay for things Your money should be handling
You know how to get your free credit report. Now, where do you go to get a free credit score? By free, I mean that in the course of registering you are not required, at any point, to input credit card information. I’ve compiled a list of sites that I’ve personally used to get my free credit score. This is by …
If you’ve navigated to any of the three bureaus in an attempt to receive your federally mandated yearly credit report, the homepage of each site typically advertises a great deal on seeing your credit report/score. The problem is, these cost money, which is a whole lot more than free. So where’s the free report?
In order to talk about what I think good credit card management should look like, I think it’s only fair that I share what cards I currently carry with me. Why would anyone bother listening to what I have to say otherwise?
A credit score is defined as a “number assigned to a person that indicates to lenders their capacity to repay a loan”. Basically, it’s a magical three-digit number that tells banks whether or not they should lend you money. This post is motivated by a recent article I read on the difficulties and reservation of our generation getting credit cards. It baffles …
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