There are many benefits to using business credit cards, rather than standard consumer credit cards. But what exactly is a business credit card, why might you need one, and how do you even apply? Read more to find out.
Most of what we know about credit reports and scores makes sense, but not everything is always logical. In fact, there are a couple of things that are downright illogical. Here are two examples of credit rules that just don’t make sense. <--more-->
There are a number of reasons why you might want to see what is on someone else’s credit reports that have nothing to do with lending them money. Find out how you can get access to credit reports that aren’t yours.
Getting information reported accurately on your credit report can be a hassle — but getting all of your credit history reportedcan be even more of a pain. Do you have any recourse when a lender fails to report a major account on your credit history? Read on to find out.
Debit cards have a cult-like following because of their debt avoidance benefits and convenience. But what about the downsides to debit cards? Read more to find out why you might want to think twice before you swipe your debit card.
John Ulzheimer, MintLife’s resident credit expert, is answering a reader’s question about a letter they received from their credit card issuer. Can a credit card issuer threaten to close your account? Read on to find out.