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Building credit is a confusing process for many. Learn the ins and outs of how to build your credit and reap the benefits.
While a Social Security number is an identifier that credit bureaus use to locate and collect your information, it’s only one of several identifiers.
Are you more likely to get approved if your credit history doesn’t exist or if your credit score is poor? We discuss which is worse: bad credit or no credit.
Credit references are documents that show the credit history of loan applicants and are also often used to support rental applications.
Credit scores can have a big impact on quality of life. In the United States, a good credit history has numerous benefits.
Employers consider many factors when they are considering applicants, which often include credit scores.
Don't have an SSN yet? We have the complete guide on how to get credit cards without a Social Security Number, and where.
We showcase real stories of people who newly arrived in the U.S. and how they built their credit scores, and give advice on how you can skip these steps all together if you only want a credit card.
Newcomers to the United States used to have to build credit from scratch — now they can transfer their international credit history to U.S. to apply for credit cards, loans, housing and more.
If you recently moved to the United States for school, work or family, you will face all the joys but also the tribulations of relocation
Getting a good credit score can take time, especially if you just moved to the U.S. — but it’s not an impossible task.
Whether you’re temporarily moving to the U.S. for school or work, or making a long-term transition, you may be looking to open a new credit card
A secured credit card looks and works just like an unsecured credit card. However, secured credit cards are created for people who are new to credit or working to rebuild their credit