3 Steps to Take Toward Repairing Your Credit

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3 Steps to Take Toward Repairing Your Credit

3 Steps to Take Toward Repairing Your Credit

Building and maintaining good credit is a lifelong process. And if you’re trying to fix your credit, the time it takes depends on several factors, including the type of damage. Here’s what it takes to get started repairing your credit. Review Your Credit If you haven’t already, you should take a look at your credit... Read More

How Fast Can I Get a New Credit Card?

Credit Cards

How Fast Can I Get a New Credit Card?

How Fast Can I Get a New Credit Card?

You’ve found the perfect credit card and have been approved, but now the wait begins for it to actually arrive in the mail. Perhaps you are in a hurry to earn a great sign-up bonus, or you just want to utilize its travel benefits on your next trip, so it’s important to have an idea of... Read More

Home Flipping Frenzy: Should You Be Worried?

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Home Flipping Frenzy: Should You Be Worried?

Home Flipping Frenzy: Should You Be Worried?

In another sign that the housing market is beginning to resemble its pre-recession heyday, house flipping is back in style. ATTOM Data Solutions released a report Thursday showing that flipping activity — buying and selling the same home within 12 months — is at its highest level in six years. More investors completed at least one house... Read More

The Airlines Americans Hate the Least

Personal Finance

The Airlines Americans Hate the Least

The Airlines Americans Hate the Least

So you finally made it through airport security and stuffed yourself into that tiny seat (at the back of the plane). You’re filled with an overwhelming dread of missing your connecting flight from all the time you’ve been sitting on the tarmac waiting until it’s your turn to take off. And when you finally arrive... Read More

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