Here’s a tour of your credit report in four steps.
Attention credit boycotters: Living off the grid could come back to bite you. You may think you’re being fiscally responsible, but this can actually be costly.
But there’s still some work to be done to get more Americans to recognize the importance of their credit report and score.
The three big bureaus will pay a fine and change how information is added, reviewed and removed from credit reports.
A new study suggests young folk can still pay off other loans — and score more financing, too — despite those burgeoning balances.
A new report finds black, Hispanic and low-income consumers are more likely to have no credit score.
The analytics company is expanding its Open Access program, getting free credit scores to more Americans.
More consumers are purchasing new and used cars with auto loans, and those loans are for higher amounts and longer terms.
FICO says it’s working on a new credit-scoring system for consumers with thin-to-no credit files
The answer depends on what you’re applying for.