Sudden expenses such as property repairs may put you in a position where you need some extra cash. Two main options for getting the money are installment loans and title loans. But what's the difference, and which one is right for you? Before you apply online for any kind of loan, it pays to do some extra research.
If you have a poor credit score, don't panic. It's a common problem, so you aren't alone. And it certainly doesn't have to be a dark shadow hanging over you. We have the info you need to learn how it's possible to take control of your finances.
Everyone knows you can’t get an apartment without first going through a credit check. If you are apprehensive about starting your apartment search because you have bad credit or no credit, don’t stress! With over one-third of Americans having a credit score less than 600, you are not alone. There are ways to still get that apartment you want with bad credit by using our tips below!
The New Year always brings a sense of limitless possibility – the notion that you can achieve anything you set your mind to by January of next year. With a little planning and hard work, you can achieve your best credit score ever by the end of the year. If you need a little help along the way, we’ve got some tips in this article that can keep you on the track toward raising your credit score and removing negatives from your credit report.
Having good or bad credit affects how you can spend money and what you can buy. Building your credit up opens a lot of doors like having the ability to buy a house or car or open a credit card. However, there’s a lot of confusion about which things truly affect your credit positively and negatively. Below, there are four credit myths that are commonly perceived to be true.