Understanding these terms can help you maintain healthy credit.
Building good credit starts with knowing how credit scores break down.
Retailers offer discounts to their cardholders, but you need to understand the details before you apply.
A credit card offers many benefits -- along with several risk scenarios.
While “FICO” and “credit score” sound like interchangeable terms, there is a difference. Protect your credit by knowing all of your scores.
A guide to resources that could help you if your finances take a hit during COVID-19 restrictions.
How to take advantage of the biggest cut in Fed history
The credit card rewards strategy can be lucrative but poses some danger to your credit score.
The Fed cut interest rates again Sunday in an attempt to reduce “evolving risks to economic activity” caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
If you're opening a new credit card, these 0 percent APR bonuses may be a factor to consider.
One method saves money, the other may save sanity
If you owe the IRS taxes and want to use a credit card to pay it off, consider the possible fees linked to it.
Don’t let negative information ruin your credit score – you can successfully dispute negative information, and improve your credit score in the process.
The choice between a cash back or points-based credit card should be based on your own specific needs.
There are significant differences between revolving and non-revolving credit – and it’s a financial consumer’s job to know them.
The newest FICO score likely won’t take effect for several years, but it’s still good to be prepared.
Are credit card rewards taxable? Yes and no – it all depends on the form of the program and how card rewards benefits are paid out.
What to know if you’re carrying a credit card balance -- and if the interest you're paying is tax-deductible.
Beware of these five myths if you're a credit cardholder or seeking to open a new credit card.
Checking your report regularly can help you improve credit and prevent fraud.