The taxman takes and gives – and you might be surprised to learn that your credit scores can be affected, either positively or negatively, by how you pay the IRS or how you spend your windfall. Here are a few tips that can make a difference in your credit health.
’Tis the season to shop and celebrate, and if you plan to fund the festivities with credit cards beware of the pitfalls that could bury your credit scores.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to summer and one of the hottest times to test drive that new ride you’ve been eyeing. Prices are slashed – and the salesforce is primed to make their quota by cutting deals that’ll get you behind the wheel if your credit scores will go the distance.
It’s easy to get wrapped up in the holiday spirit and get a little too credit-tipsy buying gifts. Here are a few remedies to cure holiday hangover symptoms and protect your credit scores.
The new year is an ideal time to get your credit scores in order. Set several “mini resolutions” that will keep you moving forward. Try these to get you started.
For many last-minute holiday shoppers, the magic of the gift-giving season can quickly morph into long-term credit score misery.