June auto sales may have reached a five-year high for new cars, but don't break out the party hats just yet. Another bit of news for June auto sales is troubling.
Experian announces new credit score system for those with little or no credit history. 'Extended View' credit score looks at rental data and public records to establish a credit score.
Credit scores for children and spouses can be helped by adding then as authorized users on your own credit card. But does that put your own credit scores at risk from their behavior?
Credit cards for high school and college graduates offer cash back and, most importantly, no annual fee. If you're not sure you qualify for regular credit cards, there's an option for you, too.
Forget those goofy commercials. You can get your credit report (really) for free from the federal government. When you get it, it’s important to make sure that the information on your credit report is accurate and represents a good picture of your financial history.
Released with great fanfare, The Approved Card from Suze Orman is supposed to help people who use cash responsibly get a good credit score. But it doesn't – and probably never will.
Google and Facebook reign among this year's top websites.
Credit scores will include estimates of annual income. FICO is developing separate credit scores to incorporate any payday loans, evictions, and child support payments.