As your teens move into independence, one of the most significant gifts you can give your children is the knowledge of how to stay on top of their finances and manage their money.
Filing a dispute with your credit card issuer is typically time-sensitive. Regularly reviewing your credit card statement can help you catch errors within the claim timeframe, saving you money.
Learn the truth about your credit score, and how lenders view your creditworthiness.
Adding an authorized user to your account can help you earn rewards faster and contribute to your credit utilization. However, you may be on the hook for any rogue purchases, so be careful who you sign up.
Introducing your teen to credit cards early can build smart financial habits and set them up for success.
Sometimes, it’s hard for students to get credit cards because they don’t have income from a part-time job, or any credit history on their record. In this case, consider these tips on how to build credit as a student.
In this second edition of our monthly series, Amanda Reaume explains how you can build your credit score back up and change your spending habits after declaring bankruptcy. Read on for her tips.