Can You Have Bad Credit Even With a Good Income?

Yes, you can! Your credit score doesn't care about how much money you make, only how much you owe and whether you can pay it back.

Posted on: April 04, 2018


How Much More Does it Cost to Live With Bad Credit?

Having a bad credit score can make lots of things, like getting a credit card or buying a car, much more expensive.

Posted on: March 30, 2018


Can Bad Credit Stop You From Moving to a New City?

A bad credit score can affect lots of different areas of your life. Moving to a new city is one of them.

Posted on: March 01, 2018


An Apple a Day Keeps the Bad Credit Away

*None of these are apples. These are financial tips to help you improve your credit rating. Do not try and use these to make a pie. It won't work.

Posted on: February 13, 2018


What if Animals Had Credit Scores?

We're taking a break from answering your most pressing bad credit-related questions by answering a question you definitely weren't asking.

Posted on: February 09, 2018


Time to Fix Your Credit Score? Here are 12 Expert Answers to Get You Started

Learn more about your credit score, credit report, and the best ways to improve your creditworthiness.

Posted on: October 13, 2017


7 Things That Could Impact Your Credit
7 Things You Didn’t Know Could Impact Your Credit

If you have bad credit, then you'll want to improve it ASAP. Here are seven little-known credit decisions that can have a big impact on your score!

Posted on: June 06, 2017


The ABCs of Bad Credit Loans

When you have bad credit, getting a personal loan can seem like an impossible task. How can you tell which lenders are safe? What questions should you ask? Will this loan hurt or help your credit? But getting a safe and useful bad credit loan can be simpler than you might think. We break it down into the simple ABCs of bad credit loans for you here!

Posted on: March 17, 2017


What It Really Means to Cosign a Loan

If you wouldn't be comfortable taking out a given loan for yourself, then you'll want to think twice about cosigning that loan for someone else.

Posted on: September 28, 2018


Rising Bankruptcy Rates Are Threatening America’s Seniors

A new study has found that bankruptcy rates for Americans 65 and older have grown fivefold since 1991—and indicates that a fraying social safety net is to blame.

Posted on: August 08, 2018