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Articles in May 2020

  1. Credit Score Myths You Can Ignore

    Credit Score Myths You Can Ignore

    To help you cut through the nonsense and find out the steps you can take to help your credit score in the long run, we decided to break down the top credit myths you hear today. Feel free to ignore these myths from this day forward.

  2. How to Decide Which Type of Credit Card is Best

    How to Decide Which Type of Credit Card is Best

    If you’re new to credit cards, picking out the right one can be an overwhelming decision. There are literally hundreds of credit cards out there, all with their own terms, fees, and rewards. Before applying for a credit card, follow these five steps to ensure you make a sound decision.

  3. 3 Financing Options for Home Improvement Projects

    3 Financing Options for Home Improvement Projects

    Home improvement projects can improve the look of your home, boost its usability, and even increase its resale value. While it would be best to pay for those repairs or renovations with money from your savings account, most people don’t have enough money tucked away to cover the cost. That’s when home improvement loans can be a wise solution.

  4. Should You Marry Someone with Bad Credit?

    Should You Marry Someone with Bad Credit?

    According to recent studies, a little over half of Americans said they would not marry someone who has “bad” credit, or an extremely poor credit score. Funny enough, consumers seem to have a brighter outlook when it comes to credit card debt.


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