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Contrary to popular belief, you don’t just have one credit score. You have a number of them and, chances are, they all vary a bit. Your Generic FICO score is the most popular among these, but it’s not typically the score you get with those “fre...

CineFix makes their arbitrary choice of the best movie end credits in five different styles. Along the way, it's a pretty good survey of the history and styles of end credits. Lots of honorable mentions, though a few good ones inevitably got left out...

Some banks and credit unions suggest that opening an account with them is good for your credit. Good savings habits can help your credit indirectly, but your credit report doesn’t even contain information about your bank accounts.Read more...

When applying for a new credit card, most people will pay close attention to several different things. It could be the signup bonus or the rewards they can earn. But the one thing that should always be on your radar is the effective annual percentage...

T-Mobile is trying to counter AT&T by offering AT&T customers a year of its rival's own DirecTV Now streaming service if they switch to magenta. The offer has some flaws: You'll just get a $35 monthly credit, which represent...

If you owe the IRS money and you want to see your tax details in one place, they recently released an online tool that shows your balance. Taxpayers can log on, check their account balance and pay directly from IRS.gov.Read more...

If you've punched in credit card details while shopping online, you've probably wondered how secure those digits are. According to Newcastle University, the answer is: not very. Its researchers have discovered that thieves are using web b...