Why Credit Reports Are So Important for Landlords

By Eliza Daglish on May 18, 2012 | Report and Score | Comments Off on Why Credit Reports Are So Important for Landlords

If you are considering renting out your home to new tenants you might want to ask for their credit card beforehand. Here we look at how to do this and what to do if a potential tenant’s credit rating is lower than expected.

Keeping Your Credit Cards Safe

By Leni Parrish on May 16, 2012 | Security and Protection | Comments Off on Keeping Your Credit Cards Safe

We all know how important it is to keep our credit cards safe but not all of us realize where the most high risk places are for credit card theft. We discuss some of these here.

Strange Ways To Damage Your Credit Score

By Stephen Fisherton on May 14, 2012 | Credit Score | Comments Off on Strange Ways To Damage Your Credit Score

If you are applying for a loan for any reason you may be wondering about your current credit score. Here we discuss a few things that you may not have considered that can damage your rating without you even realizing.

Credit Card Misconceptions Debunked

Many people have a number of misconceptions when it comes to credit and credit cards. Here we debunk some of the most common.

Is It Time To Cut Up Your Credit Cards?

By Eliza Daglish on May 9, 2012 | Credit Card Tips | Comments Off on Is It Time To Cut Up Your Credit Cards?

We quite often see debt experts on TV telling people to cut up their credit cards. But do you actually need to do this or is your credit in check?

Disputing Credit Card Charges

By Stephen Fisherton on May 8, 2012 | Using Credit Cards | Comments Off on Disputing Credit Card Charges

If you have ever opened your credit card statement to find unauthorized charges you likely no how stressful a time it can be. Luckily you can dispute these charges and try to find a solution.

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