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How To Get A Credit Score Of 700 Or 800 (Or More)
Your credit score is an important indicator of your financial health. Read our guide on how to get a credit score of 700 or 800, or more.
Credit Card Debt (And How To Pay It Off)
Credit card debt might feel like an albatross around your neck, but it doesn’t have to be. Learn more about how to avoid, manage, and pay off credit card debt.
What Is Bankruptcy And How Does It Affect My Credit?
Although most people associate bankruptcy with bad financial news, the details of bankruptcy can be confusing. Let’s take a closer look at how bankruptcy can affect your credit.
12 Credit Myths You Should Stop Believing
While discerning fact from fiction can be difficult as rumors swirl around regarding credit scores, read our article on several credit myths you should be aware of.
How To Protect Your Credit Score During COVID-19
COVID-19 is spreading uncertainty and fear across the world. We’ll take a closer look at how you can weather this storm while keeping your credit score intact.
The Role Of A Fiduciary: A Complete Guide
You may have heard the term fiduciary, but what does it mean? Learn more about fiduciary services, the most common types, and when a fiduciary is most helpful.
What Is Alimony, And How Can It Impact Your Finances?
Alimony, or spousal support, is payment to an ex-spouse upon the dissolution of a marriage. Find out how an award of alimony affects your financial life.
What Is The Half Payment Method?
Looking for the right budget plan for you? The half payment method can assist you in managing your money while reducing stress. Read our guide for how to budget using a half payment plan.
How To Dispute A Credit Card Charge: Step By Step
Are you worried about the accuracy of your credit card statements and charges? They may be able to be disputed. Learn how to start the process now.
Are Tips Taxable? What Every Server Needs To Know
Getting tips can make all the difference in your take-home pay, but it’s still taxable income. Learn about how tips are taxed and why you need to track them.
Inheritance Tax: What Is It, Who Has To Pay And Can You Avoid It?
Inheritance tax is due when a beneficiary receives an asset from a decedent’s estate, but do you always have to pay? Find out with our inheritance tax guide.
How To Get A Loan If You Don’t Have A Job
Getting approved for a loan when you’re unemployed might seem impossible, but that isn’t the case. Learn more about how to get a loan without a job here.
Value Investing: What It Is And How To Use It To Your Advantage
Value investing is a strategy investors use to focus on stocks they feel are undervalued. Learn about how it works and if it’s the right option for you.
Can You Buy A Car With A Credit Card?
Yes, you can buy a car with a credit card. The real question is, should you? That depends. Use this guide to consider the pros and cons before you swipe.
Joint Account: A Definition
A joint account is a bank account that two or more people share and manage. Learn about how this type of account works and if it is the right option for you.
Good Faith Estimates And Loan Estimate Forms: What They Are And How They Work
Until 2015, when you applied for a mortgage loan on a property, it was likely that you received a good faith estimate. Learn more about what that means here.