Payments for used car loans are on the rise, while loans to credit-challenged car buyers are not being given as freely.
Convertible drivers are more educated and more affluent than the average new car buyer.
More than one-third of all identity theft happens to people older than 50. Here are simple but effective ways to avoid it.
A new way to measure credit scores could help people with minimal credit history.
An Idaho man is suing Experian for not deleting an allegedly erroneous public record on his credit report.
Americans can now get their FICO credit score based on their Experian credit report at myFICO.com.
Another study shows the imperfection of credit reporting. Almost 1 in 4 encountered problems with their credit reports.
A recent caper targeting famous people raises concerns about how easy it is to get someone else’s credit report.
Equifax confirms that four credit reports had been hacked through AnnualCreditReport.com.
A recent FTC study shows those correcting credit report errors got a lower interest rate on a loan.