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What You Need to Know About Interest Rates


For all people shop around for the best rate, there are few who have taken the time to sit down and add it all up. After all, why would you bother? The answer is that understanding just how interest rates work can help you see how important small differences in rates and payment amounts can be.

Credit Scores and Loan Applications


Keep Your Credit History Clean - Remove A Negative Credit Record From Your Credit ReportIt can make a difference of up to 18% in loan repayment costs. For example, on a 30-year, $150,000 fixed rate mortgage, a borrower with the best credit score, 760-850, will pay 5.

How to Repair a Bad Credit Rating


If you have a bad credit rating, then you might find that your ability to get financing, loans, and even some jobs is greatly diminished.Once you have a bad credit rating, it might seem like there's nothing that you can do about it? but you don't have to believe that.

What is a Bad Credit History?


A bad credit history can sometimes seem like a curse..

Big Brother Knows Whats in Your Credit Report - How About You?


Whether you are aware of it or not, credit bureaus have been keeping tabs on you and how you use credit. When it's time for you to apply for a mortgage, credit card, or personal loan, your credit report is what lenders look at to decide to approve you or not.

Myths and Truth about Credit Scoring


Credit score is the key factor determining approval of almost any type of credit. It is based on the information contained in your credit report files.

Credit Trap: What They Dont Tell You About Credit Cards In College


In industrialized nations, going into debt starts early. It's easy for an eighteen-year-old to get credit cards and fall into debt, especially if they're headed for college.

FREE Credit Report Offer - Careful, It Might Carry Hidden Charges


FREE credit checks or free credit reports. What are they all about? Why every second company on the Net is offering you a free credit report? Are they all suddenly moved into a charity business?Don't worry about their finances.

7 Ways To Squash Identity Theft


It is the scourge of our age: identity theft. Thieves learn an important part about your personal information, such as your credit card number, and they open accounts in your name and spend, spend, spend! Unfortunately, by the time you discover that you are a victim the damage is already done.

3 Free Credit Reports For You


If you were to tell someone that they can have a certain item for free, more than likely their response would be, "what's the catch?" In the case of credit reports there is no catch, you can now get a free copy of this report through the three credit reporting agencies: Equifax, TransUnions, and Experian. Let's take a look at the law and how you can benefit from it.

How You Can Help Prevent Identity Theft


How can I prevent Identity theft from happening to me? Never leave your receipt or slip in the ATM or gas pump. Pay attention to your habits, lock up or organize and file your bills, and bank statements.

How Can A Qualified Mortgage Consultant Help Boost Your Credit Scores?


Consumers interested in purchasing or refinancing a home will pay an interest rate based on current market conditions and their ability to pay back the loan. The borrower's income and debt ratios are taken into consideration by the lender, as well as the predictability factor provided by credit scoring.

Understanding Credit Card Penalties


Because most of us have one or two credit cards and we use them every day, understanding credit card penalties and fees is a significant issue since one time or another we have paid a penalty for some reason. Every user of a credit card must first understand that every charge on the credit card represent a loan which must be repaid.

Dont Fall For A Scheme When Trying To Rebuild Your Credit History


For people with a spotty credit history or bad credit, getting approved for a standard credit card can be difficult, if not impossible.There are a number of credit card options that are aimed specifically at people who have bad credit and are trying to rebuild or repair it.

The Exact Action To Take When You Find Errors In Your Credit Report


There are times when you may be turned down for credit and you do not understand why.According to the Fair Credit Reporting Act you are entitled to a free copy of your credit report if you have been denied credit because of negative items on your credit report within 60 days of the request for credit, if you are unemployed but looking for work, are on state benefits, or believe that your credit report is incorrect because of fraud.

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