Credit Score

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Plus, what happens to your FICO score if you take out a loan, pay down your balance and more.
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The hidden ratings can affect the level of customer service you receive.
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The New York Department of Financial Services plans to investigate the sex bias alleged in a series of now-viral tweets.
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"I had a fire under my ass to get it fixed.”
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You could piggyback on someone else's good credit instead.
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A vacation or wedding loan could cost you in ways you hadn't imagined.
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Notorious credit-monitoring companies might be able to weasel their way into the mortgage industry.
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In this secret corner of the internet, credit card numbers are sold for $100 apiece.
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New credit data from Experian shows how Americans fare 10 years after the financial crisis.
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Plus, should you ever pay to have your poor credit fixed?
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Only 1.4% of the population that has a credit score has hit the top.
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Are you creating a future opportunity or a future problem?
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By the time your child gets a job, they should know to avoid these traps.
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It really comes down to how you manage your debt.
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Don't pay a credit monitoring company for something you can get for free.
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The new credit score from FICO will consider your banking activity, too.
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Closed accounts in good standing stay on your credit report for 10 years.