Seven signs you’re at risk for identity theft

David Weliver •
Money Under 30
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5 common credit score myths to consider

David Leto •
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When it comes to credit scores and credit reports, the so-called “conventional wisdom” is full of common myths and flat-out inaccuracies. The fact is, some of the most common misconceptions can actually hurt your score. With that said, here are five common credit score myths to consider. Myth: Improve Your Score by Closing Unused Credit


Got a business credit card or loan? Keep commercial debt separate from your personal credit

John Ulzheimer •
The Simple Dollar
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Businesses both small and large take on commercial debt as a way to finance projects, expand, or even to make payroll. Commercial credit cards are also popular among businesses due to the many conveniences and perks they offer. But if you’re a small business owner who’s considering applying for commercial funding, there are a number