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There are several steps you can take to ensure your credit rating isn't ruined.
You're headed for trouble if you pick up these distress signals.
Follow these tips to get your debt under control.
When you apply for and use credit, you should expect a fair deal from the lender.
Make sure you know what fees and rates your card issuer is charging.
Unconcerned with making a profit, they can often pay more interest on accounts and charge less in fees.
A lot of confusion surrounds this magic number, which can affect everything from your mortgage rate to your chances of landing a job. We lift the shroud with easy-to-understand information and advice.
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Not all plastic cards are created equal.
Zero in on the best card by figuring out how you handle credit.
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If you start picking up distress signals, run your budget through these checks.
There's a catch, which can cost you a lot, to those offers from stores.
Follow these five tips before saying "I do."
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Don't let a mistake blemish your credit.
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After a certain point, higher credit scores don't win lower interest rates.
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