Americans Struggling to Make Ends Meet (Infographic)

Did you know that 35% of Americans struggle to make ends meet? Check out our infographic to find out which groups struggle financially and how individuals’ knowledge of their finances compares to last year. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: It’s Economic

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Financial Literacy 101 (infographic)

Are you one of the six in 10 adults in the U.S. that keeps a household budget? If so, good for you! If you’d like to know more about the basics of responsible spending and how America views budgeting, then check out our financial literacy infographic. Embed This Image On […]

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The Remaining 35% of Your Credit Score

In my previous two articles, I discussed how your total debt accounts for 30 percent of your score while 35 percent of your credit score is affected by your credit history. Today I’ll discuss the remaining 35 percent of your score; it’s divided into three areas and they’re all just […]

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Get Your Finances Back on Track!

April is Financial Literacy Month, so jump on board and learn how to get your finances back on track this month. You’ll learn how to organize, live below your means, save, set goals, commit to your goals, and execute on your goals for a better financial future.

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How the FICO Do I Repair My Credit?

Trying to repair your credit but not sure what steps to take? Be careful with your credit by paying off your debt and making payments on time. Following healthy credit practices will help your FICO score over time. Your FICO score is calculated using information found in your credit report […]

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History is Another Main Ingredient in Your Credit Score

In a previous post, we discussed how the amount you owe others represents 35 percent of your credit score. Another 30 percent of your score is based on your credit history — specifically, how you’ve paid your bills over time. What are the factors in my credit history? There are […]

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