Credit card debt and credit scores are already frustrating, but the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may add to the confusion by calling for credit card companies to make credit scores available to their customers on a monthly basis. Is this a good idea?
Americans are keeping up with their car payments even as credit once again becomes easier to find, Read writes.
Boosting your credit score from merely good to great will give you access to the best offers and best rates on nearly everything. Here are the best ways to do it.
Borrowing on credit cards is up 4.9 percent from a year ago, TransUnion reports.
Little-known fact: refinancing isn't just for mortgages. But how do you decide if refinancing your car loan is the right move for you?
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.