Credit

TransUnion vs. Equifax Header - 01TransUnion vs. Equifax: Major Differences Explained
January 24, 2022
Your credit report is compiled by the three major credit reporting agencies. We’ll cover the differences between TransUnion and Equifax. Read more.
How Many Bank Accounts Should I Have & Which Types Header - 01How Many Bank Accounts Should I Have and Which Types?
January 18, 2022
How many bank accounts you should have and which types depend on a number of factors. Start with a checking account and savings account. Read more.
apple-card-denied-heroWhy Your Apple Card Application Was Denied and What to Do
January 18, 2022
We’ll discuss what impacts your Apple Card application and how to fix issues for future credit applications, including what to do if you’re not approved. Read more.
What Is a Credit Privacy Number (CPN) and Is It Legal Header - 01What Is a Credit Privacy Number (CPN) and Is It Legal?
January 13, 2022
Getting a credit privacy number, or CPN, may seem like the only option, but it’s often a scam. Explore other alternatives to rebuild credit. Read more.
What is Available Credit and How Does It Differ From Credit Limit Asset 1What is Available Credit and How Does It Differ From Credit Limit?
January 12, 2022
Available credit is the total amount of money you can borrow on your credit card. It's based on the difference between your current balance and your credit limit. Read more.
What Is SYNCBPPC and Why Is It on Your Credit Report Hearder - 01What Is SYNCB/PPC and Why Is It on Your Credit Report?
January 10, 2022
SYNCB stands for Synchrony Bank and PPC stands for PayPal Credit. If you see it on your credit report, you probably applied for a PayPal line of credit. Read more.
person-looking-at-their-credit-reportWhat Is THD/CBNA On My Credit Report and Can I Remove It?
January 10, 2022
THD/CBNA stands for The Home Depot/Citibank North America because Citibank issues The Home Depot credit cards. Read more.
What Is the Difference Between a Charge Card and a Credit Card asset 2What Is the Difference Between a Charge Card and a Credit Card?
January 7, 2022
While a charge card does not have a spending limit, and does not incur interest charges, like credit cards do, you must pay the full balance each month. Read more.