When to Slim Down your Credit Card Portfolio

Some can juggle multiple credit cards without breaking a sweat. If you’re not one of them, here are some tips for deciding when it’s time to let go of a card

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Will New Experian Score Help Underbanked?

Do you have thin credit history? Experian claims its new credit score could help lenders evaluate you — and make them more willing to offer you credit

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4 Credit-Building Tips for Stay-At-Home Parents

It seems like a simple enough rule: No income, no credit. Yet is this seemingly logical provision of the CARD Act preventing stay-at-home parents from getting their own lines of credit?

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Can ‘Hard’ Pulls Really Ruin your Credit Score?

When creditors check up on your credit, their inquiries can chip away at your score. Yet how much damage do credit score pulls really cause?

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Credit Scores on Steroids: Your Life in Numbers

You know about your credit score, which lets lenders predict if you’ll pay on time. But did you know there are other scores that predict everything from whether you’ll pay your rent, to whether you’ll take the medicine your doctor prescribed?

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