What do you do if your credit score has benefited from your role as an authorized user on someone else's credit card, and the cardholder wants to remove you?
Could a new era of credit bureau rankings do consumers more harm than good?
Lending standards for FHA-approved loans are back to 2006 levels ... but only for consumers with sterling credit.
With interest rates at historic lows it's a good time to get a loan, but many consumers are still paying interest rates that wouldn't be considered good even in a higher rate environment.
Credit unions may be a good option for consumer credit when banks say no.
Here are three easy ways to help your child build great credit.
We’re always teaching you how to improve your credit score. Now we review 9 ways to leverage it.
Regardless of the trillions in consumer debt Americans hold, the average American knows little about his or her credit score.
The average American has somewhere around 35 credit scores. How do you tell them apart?
Some consumers feel credit bureaus have pressured them into buying additional identity theft monitoring products when they use their services, says a new report from the Federal Trade Commission.