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A Family Member Opened Credit in My Name: Now What?

When a family member opens a line of credit in your name, it puts you in a difficult position. You don’t want to get someone you love into trouble, but you also don’t want to risk damaging your credit or being responsible for their spending.

How to Budget When You’re Behind on Bills

Catching up on bills isn’t as easy as getting behind. When you miss a payment, you’re likely facing late fees that dig your debt hole a little deeper. And until you can catch up, you’ll continue getting hit with late fees, not to mention mounting

Helping Kids Build Credit as an Authorized User

Helping Kids Build Credit as an Authorized User

You want your child to grow up as a responsible adult. You did all the right things raising him/her, or at least you think you did. But, did you teach your child about credit? Have you personally helped him/her build their credit? Many parents miss

Financial Goal Setting for 2021: Your Step by Step Guide

Setting financial goals is one of the most important favors you can do for yourself. When you prioritize your financial health, you’re giving yourself peace of mind for the future. It also means that you’ll have something to show for all your hard work besides

How to Make a Debt Reduction Strategy for the New Year

Making a New Year’s debt reduction resolution is a popular practice. What’s not as popular as sticking to that resolution for the entire year.  If you’re serious about getting out of debt (or substantially reducing it), you need a strategy to guide the way. Here’s

5 Common Pitfalls of Holiday Spending and How to Avoid Them

When the bills for all the gifts, food, and merrymaking come in January, all those ho-ho-ho’s are likely to turn to oh-oh-oh-my’s if you don’t watch your spending! With all the “good deals” and the desire to make this the best holiday ever, it’s easy

why credit score drop after paying off loan

Why Did My Credit Score Drop When I Paid Off a Loan?

According to the Federal Reserve bank of New York, Americans have a net household debt of over $14 trillion. More than half of the US adults (51%) are reeling under the pressure of debt, per a survey by Bank of America..  If you have debt,

Should I pay my credit card balance in full or leave a balance?

Your credit card bill shows a lot of information. So much that it can be overwhelming. If you’re focusing on the ‘important information’ on your billing statement, you will want to look at 3 areas: The total balance,  The minimum payment,  The due date.  You

How to Remove Myself as an Authorized User on a Credit Card

Did you know that being an authorized user on someone else’s credit card can actually ruin your credit? It’s true! As an authorized user, you piggyback on someone else’s credit card usage, payment history, and how they manage their credit card. If they have great

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