Credit Report

How To Avoid Paying Interest on Credit Cards Header - 01How to Avoid Paying Interest on Credit Cards
July 14, 2022
Paying off your balances in full each month is the best way to avoid credit card interest. Here are a few ways to prevent interest from accumulating. Read more.
combining-finances-blog-postHow to Begin the Process of Combining Finances
July 12, 2022
We reached out to three relationship and money experts to gather tips on the best ways to combine finances with someone you love. Read more.
DIY Credit Repair 11 Steps to Help Fix Your Credit Header - 01DIY Credit Repair: 11 Steps to Help Fix Your Credit
June 21, 2022
If you need to fix your credit, DIY credit repair is something you may be able to accomplish for free — no credit repair company is required. Here's how. Read more.
medical-debt-on-creditDo Medical Bills Affect Your Credit?
June 3, 2022
This article helps you better understand the credit bureaus’ changes and how medical debt impacts your credit report and may be removed. Read more.
does-overdraft-affect-credit-2Does an Overdraft Affect Your Credit Score?
May 19, 2022
Overdrafts are not reported to credit bureaus, but they could hurt your credit score indirectly if they’re sent to collections. Read more.
What Is a Credit Sweep and What to Do Instead Header - 01What Is a Credit Sweep and What to Do Instead
April 26, 2022
A credit sweep may sound tempting, but there is nothing credit repair companies can do to fix your credit that you can’t fix on your own — here’s how. Read more.
Bankruptcy Dismissal vs. Discharge What-s the Difference & How They Affect Credit - header 1Bankruptcy Dismissal vs. Discharge: What's the Difference and How They Affect Credit
April 22, 2022
A bankruptcy dismissal makes you responsible for your debts, while a discharge means that you no longer have to repay your debts prior to bankruptcy. Read more.
6 Types of Bankruptcies Explained - Header 16 Types of Bankruptcies Explained
April 21, 2022
While Chapters 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy are commonly known, there are actually six types of bankruptcies — here’s what you need to know before filing. Read more.