Here are some facts you may not know, but should.
Credit inquiries come in two flavors: soft and hard. Here’s how each kind affects you.
Negative credit report items are automatically removed from your report. When? It depends.
Why three? It’s a good question and one that invites a few follow-ups.
Monitoring your credit is like getting a regular checkup at the doctor — it seems like a hassle but it’s important.
Once you know how to read a credit report, you’ll get a good idea of the categories of information all credit reports show.
Filing a credit report dispute with TransUnion is easy. Here’s how to do it.
Generally, you need a decent enough credit history to get credit. But how do you start?
While you can’t find out exactly how credit score creators craft those 3-digit numbers, you can familiarize yourself with the 5 ingredients most scores have in common.
Most creditors forward information to the credit reporting agencies on a monthly basis.