Medical debt and your credit score

Medical debt has always been a huge burden to the American consumer, and for a long time it has been able to substantially weaken your credit score.

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Unexpected ways to hurt your credit score

You may be unaware of a few surprising elements that contribute to a lower credit score

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5 things you need to know about credit

Most people know that a credit score is important for a variety of reasons. From being able to purchase a car to applying for a home loan, your financial history is assessed and scrutinized a great deal.

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Avoid bruising your FICO score

Missing payments, cancelling old cards, or spending to close to your monthly limit will hurt a FICO credit score.

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Don’t be overwhelmed by debt

Debt can get in the way of many aspects of life, leading to stress, under performance at your job, relationship issues and a host of other problems.

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Protecting yourself against identity theft

Identity theft can impact your life substantially. According to a study by Javelin Strategy & Research, 12.7 million consumers became victims of identity fraud, and $16 billion stolen from fraud victims in 2014.

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Money management tips for seniors

As people age, it is common to find new ways of establishing a budget.

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Maintaining healthy credit in college

College is a great time to start getting into good credit habits.

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