If you've ever bought a home, odds are, you know exactly what a verified income is. Unfortunately, the former head of the one-time largest mortgage lender in the U.S. doesn't have a clue.
About Casey B. MillerCasey B. Miller is a seasoned writer in personal finance. He has written a number of articles that have been published in magazines and blogs around the country. His advice has helped millions make better choices about how they save their money.
If you have a credit card because you want to take advantage of a frequent flyer program, it might be a good idea for you to get the most up-to-date information on how you can maximize the benefit.
During a tough economy, strange questions such as this one come to the forefront but the answer is not so cut-and-dry. Unemployment can affect your credit, but probably not in the ways you might expect.
Understanding your credit history is very important but many consumers probably do not realize that it is actually more important to focus on your credit report over your credit score.
Most people plan to use their credit card when they go on vacation. Indeed, it is a reliable source of money when a family would prefer to have some freedom.
Graduating from college, students find themselves trading in the burden of balancing an impressive GPA, social life, and perhaps a job with the burden of balancing their student loans.
New information from Wall Street analysts suggests that the most affluent consumers are the most attractive targets for instances of credit card fraud for one very alarming reason.
Just like other forms of credit, including credit cards, mortgages and car payments, defaulting on your student loan can carry some very serious consequences.
Traveling abroad can be very expensive, but smart travelers are stretching their hard earned dollars further regardless of how far from home they decide to venture by making the right decisions when it comes to currency exchange.