Whether you're buying a new car, applying for a credit card or taking out a line of credit with your bank for home improvements, lenders want to know what the risk is in investing in you. If you have a high FICO score, you've done a lot of hard work to get there, and now it's time to reap the benefits. Our experts weigh in on how having a stellar credit score can save you money.Read Full Story
You work hard for your money, so make the place that keeps your money safe work hard for you. Here are some tricks from banking insiders to make financial institutions work in your favor so you're getting the best customer service.Read Full Story
Home ownership might be one of the key parts of the American dream, but if the financial crisis taught us anything, it's that buying a home isn't right for everyone. Consider these factors before saddling yourself with a mortgage.Read Full Story
Recently, foreclosures have been reported to be at their lowest levels since December 2006. In fact, as of December 2013, foreclosures were down 37 percent from prior year, as reported by RealtyTrac, online marketer of foreclosed properties, and CNN Money. That’s good news! But we all know "foreclosure" to be a negative event. So, what does a foreclosure really mean for you, immediately and down the road?Read Full Story
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