With rising inflation and stagnant wages, cash doesn’t seem to flow as far as it used to. You may be finding yourself a little short each month. If you have multiple credit card and loan payments, it’s possible that a debt consolidation loan can help you out.
Inflation, college loan repayment and higher interest rates are making everything more expensive. Thats hard on your budgeting process. If you have a low credit score, it may make it harder to generate cash flow to cover your monthly expenses, which makes your problem even worse. This article provides potential action steps you can take to solve this problem.
In this blog post, we explore the far-reaching consequences of rejecting loan applicants solely based on their credit scores. While it's a fact that low credit scores pose challenges in securing affordable credit, the real issue lies with those who indiscriminately decline loans based solely on this number. Discover how this practice can have detrimental effects, not just on individuals but on society as a whole, potentially setting off a negative chain reaction. Learn why it's essential to rethink our approach to credit decisions and consider the broader implications of a simple "no."
Things happen. Bad things happen to good people all of the time. Health care expenses, job loss, broken down cars and more can all lead to bills getting put on the back burner. Here's how to raise your damaged credit score back up.
We keep saying that you are not a credit score number. You are a real, live, human being. You have a past and a future, and you have a story that you are living right now. You have a story to tell, and people should not judge you solely on your credit score number
Even a couple of points can make a bad deal better. No one wants to pay more than you should for anything. Yet, if your auto loan is even a couple of interest points higher than it should be, then you are leaving money on the table.