1. Having all your personal information in order
A new year is upon us, and when better to review your credit card habits and attempt to fix them, especially after a the financially stressful holiday se
The new year has come, the decorations have been taken down, and the holiday season is officially behind us. Unfortunately, the holiday debt that many of us have accumulated over the holiday season has followed us into the new year.
It seems like now and days, you can’t even walk into a variety store and buy a candy bar without first getting a credit check. So, why is everyone from your landlord to your lender obsessed with your credit score?
A long-standing tradition of the New Year is setting goals for the year ahead. Here are 6 personal finance goals to add to your list in 2018 to help make it your most prosperous year yet.
It's tempting to dismiss your credit score as nothing more than a flawed, unilluminating measurement.
Not matter your financial situation, you can probably benefit from saving a bit more money. Here are some helpful tips to how you can save in the upcoming year, making 2018 a more fiscally secure year than 2017.