Credit bureaus will scrub some unpaid tax debts, court judgments from reports
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Balance transfer’s credit impact is low when done properly.
My credit score increased after I opened a new credit card. I have a theory as to why.
Two of the three major credit bureaus misled customers about the true value of the credit scores they offer, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says.
Opening a credit card for emergencies could help your credit — if you use the card properly.
You can comfortably assume when you open a new credit card and transfer balances from one or several other cards to it, something will happen to your credit score.
New data from credit bureau Experian paints a pretty telling picture: Each successive generation has a higher average credit score than the one before it.
The warning signs are usually right in front you, but that just may be the toughest place to spot a problem.
Lenders appear to have varying policies when it comes to repeat customers, but pretty similar ones when it comes to credit checks.