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It can be nearly impossible to get credit if you don’t have already have a credit score, or if your score is too low. So what are you supposed to do if you want to show potential creditors that you can use credit responsibly? A secured credit card...

Is there such a thing as having too many credit cards? With so many cards offering enticing rewards and sign-up bonuses, you may be tempted to apply for one or two or more. But how many is overdoing it?There isn’t a magic number of credit cards eve...

When most people talk credit scores, they’re talking about your General FICO score—the one lenders are most likely to use. FICO is tight-lipped about the formulas they use to calculate our scores, but we know the general categories they track and...

The concept of Buy Now, Pay Later has been around since the Great Depression. Layaway shopping, which mostly disappeared during the 1980s, involved making a small deposit and installment payments before taking your purchase home. Although layaway mad...

Advice about paying off debt usually tells you to pay off your high-interest debt first. But what really counts as high-interest debt? Is it a simple matter of looking at the numbers on your various bills? Yes, but there are additional details that a...

I have a handful of credit cards, all of which I keep for different reasons. There’s the one I use for my favorite airline, the one I use to rack up travel points, the one I got in college and keep for mostly sentimental reasons ... the list goes o...

When the coronavirus pandemic headed for the U.S., credit card issuers responded by promoting their customer assistance programs that can delay your payments or offer other adjustments during this confusing time.Read more...