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Credit cards can have a variety of uses and come in many types. Here are some tips for selecting a card.
Doing some homework to understand important jargon can help you navigate credit with confidence.
Do you know what actions really help your credit score and which ones can harm it?
Do you know how you rate? Your credit score impacts loan rates, so get informed.
Online credit monitoring tools can help keep track of your credit report and alert you to changes to help prevent credit fraud and identity theft.
Quickly sort through the different types of credit cards by comparing these key features.
You can also determine how much of your loan you can pay off in a given time span.
This online tool offers insight into the monthly amounts that will be due on your loan.
Enter your home value and mortgage amount to see what line of credit you qualify for.
It's easier to conquer debt when you streamline multiple payments into one place.
Plug in what you owe, interest rate, and how much you can pay.
With low interest rates, balance transfer offers are tempting. Are they a good idea?
Learn more about each strategy to find the right option for you.
It is all about building good credit use habits today to rebuild your credit for the future.
Make the most of extra income from a raise, bonus or tax refund by creating a spending plan for that extra money, before it hits your account.
Establishing credit is one of the most important things you'll ever do. Here's how to build good credit from the start.
Easy to-dos to help reduce your loan and credit card balances and work toward paying off debt.
What is a need vs. want? Knowing the difference can make a big change in your savings.
Cutting down on certain spending habits can bring you closer to achieving your long-term financial goal.
Credit scores are affected by many factors. Start learning what the factors are and tips to raise your score.
Being financially well starts with learning simple tips and tricks and is, well, simple. Get started here.
There are a lot of reasons we go into debt. Read these tips to begin saying so long to yours.
Give your teens a solid financial foundation by showing these basic budgeting skills.
Keep an old credit card open to improve your credit score, but only if you can avoid the temptation to spend.
Help your children understand credit so they can build healthy financial habits.
Get your teen off to a good start with their own savings, secured credit card and more.
Focusing on these factors will make a huge difference in preparing for your future.
If your credit score has been holding you back, try these suggestions to improve it.
Start with planning and resolutions, then take gradual steps toward later rewards.
These 3 basic practices can set you on the right course toward financial wellness.
The information in this article was obtained from various sources not associated with State Farm®. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. The information is not intended to replace manuals or instructions provided by the manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under our policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information.