Making principal payments not only saves you money down the line but also improves your chances of getting a low-interest loan later in life.
Category: Financial Literacy
Your personal net worth is what you own (your assets) minus what you owe (your liabilities). What's the advantage of knowing this number?
An error on your credit report can increase the interest rate you have to pay on a loan or even prevent you from getting an apartment.
How do rewards systems on credit cards work? We’ll give you the rundown on cash-back programs as well as provide a little insight into travel rewards.
A good laptop not only enables you to be more productive it connects you to sites where you can apply to jobs with the click of a button. "Only 50% of individuals making $30,000 a year or less own a desktop or laptop."The
Welcome to the real world: The land of utility bills, hour-long commutes and 40-hour grinds. If you're reading this, you've probably wondered how you can make more money. While you're not going to find any get-rich-quick
If you've recently bought a credit report from Equifax, Experian or TransUnion, take a second look - there may be an error the bureau overlooked. While some errors are minor, others can prevent you from getting approved for a loan,
Welcome to the PRBC blog!Taken a look at your credit score recently? Not what you wanted to see? There are three reasons why you might have a bad credit score: Number one: You maxed out your credit card. This will negatively affect your credit