About a third of employers are estimated to run credit checks on potential hires. Here's what you need to know.
Plus, should you ever pay to have your poor credit fixed?
One is your history and the other is your grade. But that's just the beginning.
Are you looking for true love, or at least a nifty parlor trick? Well, you'd better acquaint yourself with the telltale signs of good and bad credit.
Don't get me wrong: Your credit standing is extremely important. And you'd better care about it if you like saving money. But as long as you're monitoring your standing with the help of a reputable score, neither how it's branded nor what version it happens to be really matters.