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Why Does My Credit Score Matter?

Why Does My Credit Score Matter?

Your credit score is made up of three numbers, serving as an indicator of your financial history, wellness, and responsibility. These three little numbers can spell the difference between approval and rejection for a mortgage, a job, a rental unit and so much more.


We have outlined how your credit score is calculated, why it matters and steps you can take to improve your score.

Why You Should Consider Getting A Credit Card in College

Why You Should Consider Getting A Credit Card in College

College is not just about partying and breaking all the rules your parents subjected you to while you were growing up … It’s also about, you know, preparing for your future and all that.


Once you leave college and enter the “real world,” you are going to quickly realize there is something really important you need to develop: good credit.

The Ultimate Guide to Applying For A Business Loan

The Ultimate Guide to Applying For A Business Loan

If your business has reached a point where it needs an infusion of funds in order to grow, you may be in the market for a business loan. A business loan can help a struggling small business establish itself better, or help a thriving company expand its line of products, open an additional location, move to a larger site, hire new team members, or purchase expensive equipment.


Here’s all you need to know about applying for a business loan:

When Does It Make Sense To Pay A Bill With A Credit Card?

When Does It Make Sense To Pay A Bill With A Credit Card?

Choosing to pay a bill with a card can have a significant impact on your general financial wellness — for better or for worse. That’s why it’s important to consider the many variables of this decision before going ahead with it.


Let’s take a closer look at the pros and cons of paying monthly bills with a credit card or debit card.

APR Explained: Why A Lower Rate Is Your Highest Priority

APR Explained: Why A Lower Rate Is Your Highest Priority

Credit card companies have a business model based on keeping you in debt as long as possible. They make statements difficult to comprehend with the expectation that you’ll just make the minimum payment to make that big ball of stress go away for another month. In truth, there’s a lot of information on there that can empower you as a consumer.


Let’s look at three steps you can take to lower the APR on your debt.

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