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3 things you need to know about your credit score

Your credit score. This is how most major events in financial life begin. Whether you’re looking to buy a house, rent a car, open a credit card – or even get a cable or cell phone – the powerful three-digit number determines the terms you’ll get. Or if you will …

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5 things debt collectors can’t do – & 5 they can

Debt collectors’ tactics are limited by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Here are 10 things third-party debt collectors – those who collect debt on behalf of another creditor – can’t and can do. 5 things debt collectors can’t do 1. Come to your workplace It is illegal for a …

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Associate Partner Marketing Manager – Affirm

Affirm is reinventing credit to make it more honest and user-friendly, giving consumers the ability to buy now and pay later with no hidden fees or compound interest. Affirm is looking for a Partner Marketing Manager who works hard to support cross-channel campaigns with our merchants to drive business results. …

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How do you build credit?

In this article: Having a good credit score saves you money on everything you finance and can even help you find a job or pay less for insurance. But how do you build credit and achieve a great credit score? Start small and pay religiously on time Add an installment …

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Installment Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure: What They Mean

Of all the installment loans closing documents that you will come across during the home buying process, keep an eye out for two in particular: the loan estimate and the closing disclosure. They aren’t long and don’t contain a lot of fine print, but together these legally required documents summarize …

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Now might be a great time to borrow from your 401 (k)

American consumers are inundated with debt, but borrowing from a 401 (k) could help alleviate some of the problems that come with that debt. The average US household debt profile (non-mortgage) includes $ 15,611 in revolving credit card debt and $ 32,264 in student debt. according to a recent NerdWallet …

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