Who Cares About Your Credit Score?

Credit Score

Who Cares About Your Credit Score?

Who Cares About Your Credit Score?

Checking your credit score is a little bit like eating your vegetables: Some people genuinely love doing it, others force themselves to and the rest of us write it off as unimportant. After all, your physical and financial health is a personal thing. It may seem like your credit score and how you manage it is… Read More

4 Ways Being Forgetful Can Raise Your Car Insurance Rates

Auto Loans

4 Ways Being Forgetful Can Raise Your Car Insurance Rates

4 Ways Being Forgetful Can Raise Your Car Insurance Rates

This post is a part of a series on how your driving behaviors can affect your car insurance rates. You can read the first story How Much Will a Ticket Raise My Car Insurance? here. Where you parked your car. Replacing the toilet paper roll. Stopping at the store on the way home to grab… Read More

How a Typo Can Derail Your Mortgage

Mortgages

How a Typo Can Derail Your Mortgage

How a Typo Can Derail Your Mortgage

The information you submit on your mortgage loan application should be accurate. This might seem like a no-brainer, but you may not realize the impact even a minor mistake could have on your application. When you apply for a home mortgage loan, your lender inputs the information you provide them for the purposes of getting… Read More

3 Smart Habits That Can Help Build Your Credit

Credit Score

3 Smart Habits That Can Help Build Your Credit

3 Smart Habits That Can Help Build Your Credit

When it comes to credit scores, a true quick fix is all too rare. While that might be disconcerting to hear, it doesn’t mean all hope is lost. Improving your score basically boils down to two things: following good credit practices and time. While you don’t have any control over time, you can control the… Read More

How to Improve Your Credit Score By Labor Day

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How to Improve Your Credit Score By Labor Day

How to Improve Your Credit Score By Labor Day

It’s summer, and now hardly feels like the time to “work” on anything. But some things — like boosting your credit score — can be worth some extra motivation. And if you’re looking to finance a large purchase after Labor Day, now’s the time to work on your score. 1. Know Your Weaknesses First step:… Read More

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