According to a recent survey, millennials apparently fear their credit card debt more than climate change, the threat of war and even death.
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Your credit history didn’t instantly spring to life one day—it grows with you over time and changes as you go through different life stages. Here are ways that life events can trigger changes to your credit.
Repairing your credit after a financial calamity like declaring bankruptcy or losing your home to foreclosure takes time, patience, and dedication. But it is possible.
When starting out and building credit, it’s important to establish, then build upon that score. Here are some tried-and-true ways to do just that.
Many consumers looking to be proactive against identity theft and fraud opt to place a freeze on their credit—a lock down of their credit report.
Just how much do you know about credit scores? Do you know where to get a free copy of your credit report? Test your credit score knowledge with this short quiz.