You shouldn’t have to pay to check your credit. Here are 3 ways to get a free credit report easily.
If you’re looking to borrow money — or maybe invest some money — you may want to check out Peerform. Learn about it in this Peerform review!
You can now freeze and unfreeze your credit report for free! What is the process like? Here is what you need to know to do it and rest easy.
If you’re looking for good credit card recommendations, get on the right track and read this MaxRewards review. Learn how it works!
In this Earnest personal loans review, you’ll learn what makes Earnest different from competition. Are these loans a good choice for you?
In this Citibank personal loans review, you’ll learn who qualifies, what Citibank offers, and The College Investor’s final take on the loans.
In this LightStream review you’ll learn about the loans that are offered, who qualifies, and some thoughts on the fine print. Learn more!
In this LendUp review, learn what you need to know about the company, your options for building credit, and some alternatives.
After experiencing a student loan default, you might be wondering if you can rebuild your credit. You can, and here some effective methods!
With the news of the Equifax data breach, many people have been scared about their identity stolen – guess what? It already has been.
When you’re in college, it’s the best time to learn how to use credit cards properly. Here are 5 best credit cards for college students.
Using prepaid credit cards is a great way to build your credit while in college. Find out how to get started & what to watch out for.
Many young adults in their early twenties have little or no established credit. Because of this fact, they have very few options for finding housing and buying a car (we’ve talked about this struggle before here). Too many young adults ignore the importance of building credit until it’s too late. At that point, the options to […]
Knowing how to manage money properly is a MUST & can either make or break your financial goals. Here are 5 money musts you need to know.
The most common student loan scams involve paying fees to consolidate or to get forgiveness, law firms and lawsuits, and trying to eliminate your loan debt.
The conversation surrounding student loans is typically pretty negative – and for good reason. Loan rates are rising, and student loan debt is an epidemic affecting millions of Americans. But did you know that student loans can be a good thing? While frustrating to pay back, student loans are also a great way to build a […]
One of the most thrilling parts about growing up is detaching yourself from any monetary support systems you may have and becoming financially independent. Learning how to do so can be quite challenging for many though. Numerous college grads and students have financial responsibilities such as rent, health insurance, auto insurance, cell phone plans and […]
Debt is the American song that we as a country just can’t stop singing. With a rising collective national debt that’s in the trillions of dollars, $15,609 in credit card debt per citizen and a personal student loan debt of $32,956, it seems that this is one hole that keeps growing bigger by the year. […]
April is Financial Literacy Month, and here are five things that Americans need to do during April to tune up their finances and set up their futures.
Your credit score will be very important throughout your life. It will be used to determine if you can get a credit card as well as if you qualify for a home, auto, personal, or business loan. Lenders use your credit score to determine your creditworthiness. If you have a high credit score, lenders will […]
The last thing you worry about when you are in college is your credit, and unfortunately that means when you join the workforce and get ready to start living, you start realizing why that was probably one of the worst things you could have neglected. There is no reason for me to remind you of […]
When looking at getting a student loan, there are some important risks that should be taken into consideration when comparing private versus federal student loans. For most private loans, it is a given that the interest rates will be higher than federal student loans, and you will not get the perks of being subsidized by […]