How To Read Your Credit Report
Although each credit report agency formats and reports this information differently, all credit reports contain the same categories of information.
Get Free Credit Reports
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, allows you to order one free credit report a year from companies like Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion.
A credit report is a file about a person that shows personal information and account and payment data. These files are created by credit reporting agencies, and can help companies decide whether a customer is financially qualified for a product or service.
Federal Reserve Raises Interest Rate
As expected, the Federal Reserve raised the benchmark federal funds rate up a quarter point this week, ending a seven year stretch of nearly zero percent rates. So what does that mean to consumers? Credit cards Over time, interest rates could start to rise. It would be wise to start paying some extra attention, and...
Using Credit Cards Wisely
Credit cards are important tools for many people. They are safe and convenient. Careful use of a credit card can improve your credit score. Learn how to be a smart credit card user.
4 Common Questions on Credit Reports
One of our most well-attended GreenPath webinars is on Credit Reports and Scores. Below are some of the most common questions on credit reports that our clients ask. What is a credit report? It is a history of your ability to repay debt over time. On there, you can find previous addresses and any previous names you’ve...
Fair Credit Reporting Act
The Fair Credit Reporting Act governs the files of consumer reporting agencies. Here are the basics of your major rights under the FCRA.
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