Time to break the cycle of making New Year’s resolutions we don’t keep. Instead, adopt a new credit attitude geared to making small “financial adjustments”.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may save you cash, but your credit scores could pay the price. The challenge is to get in on the multitude of “deals and steals” while keeping your spending on track – and your credit scores intact.
Autumn foliage may not be the only thing turning from green to red. Did the summer or back-to-school take a toll on your credit score? Now that fall is here, it’s a good time to focus on your credit score and credit usage.
If you haven’t done a thorough inspection of your credit in a while, you should dust off your credit reports and take a fresh look at your credit scores. Here’s a spring “credit-do” list to help you get started.
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.