A few recent letters asking about credit reports make it clear that a lot of consumers don’t completely understand what they can get free and when they have to pay to receive the same information that lenders — and others — use to judge them.
First, let’s be clear about this: The one official site where consumers can request their once a year free credit
Want to buy your first home? You probably have some cash saved for a down payment and recommendations for realty agents from savvy friends. But have you cleared your credit report, hired a tax adviser, or contacted a mrtgage professional to help sort out FHA financing compared with a conventional mortgage?
Not every first-time buyer needs a tax adviser, but it&rs
There is a sort of honeymoon period that occurs after a big storm, when insurance executives appear on the local news offering reassuring words.
When people have extensive damage to their most significant asset, large amounts of dollars are at stake from the companies that have the power to make those customers whole. So there is no reason for policyholders to be