Credit Report

What Is a Credit Reference and When Do You Need One Header - 01What Is a Credit Reference and When Do You Need One?
October 12, 2022
A credit reference is a document that a lender requests from an individual who is applying for a form of credit to evaluate that individual’s credit worthiness. Read more.
Does Paying Bills Build Credit?Does Paying Bills Build Credit?
October 12, 2022
In this post, we discuss which bills could help you establish credit and why other financial obligations might not have the same credit-building potential. Read more.
220930 DoesAddingCreditCardImproveCreditScore@72Does Adding a Credit Card Improve Your Credit Score?
October 12, 2022
In this post, we discuss how opening a new credit card can affect your credit score with examples of scenarios of what could happen if you do. Read more.
Can I Get Cash Back With A Credit Card?Can I Get Cash Back With A Credit Card?
October 11, 2022
In this post, we discuss how cash back credit cards work, mistakes you should avoid, and things to keep in mind about credit card cash advances. Read more.
MAR-5407-35 Strategies For Building Credit
October 10, 2022
If you haven’t been able to build good credit yet, it’s never too late to start. Here are five tips to consider if you’re ready to begin your own credit-building journey. Read more.
Preapproved vs. Prequalified Credit Card Offers Header - 01Preapproved vs. Prequalified Credit Card Offers
October 10, 2022
Prequalified or preapproved credit card offers can mean a financial institution has reviewed your creditworthiness and concluded that you are a good fit. Read more.
220930 HowtoAvoidPayingInterestCreditCards@72How To Avoid Paying Interest on Credit Cards
October 7, 2022
In this post, we discuss how to avoid paying interest on credit cards with information on how credit card interest works, so you aren't caught off guard. Read more.
220930 HowtoIncreaseCreditScore50Points1@72How to Increase Your Credit Score by 50 Points
October 7, 2022
In this post, we discuss how to raise your credit score by 50 points or more with tips on how you could make that happen and what that could mean for your credit. Read more.