You’re supposed to keep an eye on your credit score, but doing so costs money.
On this week’s edition of the Dollar Bank Hour, Mike Henry of Dollar Bank joined KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino to discuss the impact of credit scores.
Mike Henry and Maria Chick of Dollar Bank say many things people believe about mortgages, credit scores and finances are not true.
Have you ever wondered if requesting an inquiry on your credit score can cause it to lower the number? What do you, as a consumer, have to do to keep a good credit score? Do the extra, unused, credit cards in your wallet affect your credit score?
What is your credit score? Do you know how the numbers add up to get that score?
If you feel like you’re being inundated with credit card offers, you’re not imagining things. Before you are tempted to sign up, here is some important advice from Consumer Reports.
A standard practice by banks to cancel inactive accounts could cost consumers a lower credit score.
This year, free and relevant credit scores will become much more widely available for two reasons – provisions of the 2003 Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act and a provision of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law that […]