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CNNMoney

5 ways to improve your credit -- fast
CNNMoney
First, take a look at your credit report. It should include all of your credit accounts, inquiries made on your credit and information on any overdue debts. But errors are fairly common. If you spot any mistakes, let the relevant credit bureau know by ...

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Quartz

Uber drivers thought leasing cars would boost their credit scores. Wrong.
Quartz
Like a lot of drivers, Anthony Plemonte turned to Uber's Xchange Leasing program because his credit was bad. Uber leased him a 2017 Honda Civic last October in Boston for $163 a week, plus a down payment of $250. The lease came with unlimited ...


NPR

After Equifax Hack, Calls For Big Changes In Credit Reporting ... - NPR
NPR
The largest known theft of Social Security numbers in history has lawmakers, law enforcement and identity theft victims angry. They're calling for better security ...

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CNBC

Credit card rates spurt higher with one at 30 percent - CNBC.com
CNBC
A yearly survey shows the average rate stands at 24.99 percent, compared with 16.15 percent for general-use cards.

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Chattanooga Times Free Press

Raising aspirations, credit scores key to ending poverty, Chattanooga Urban League speaker says
Chattanooga Times Free Press
"These are great times and we see the pie getting bigger in our city," Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke told the Chattanooga Urban League Equal Opportunity breakfast Wednesday. "But still, as we know, there are questions about whether those gains are ...


Financial Fitness: National Get Smart About Credit Day
Fox11online.com
And that could be a big reason why Americans now have a record $1 trilliion dollars in credit card debt. Financial expert Kevin Klug of Secure Retirement Solutions joined us on "National Get Smart about Credit Day" to share five mistakes we should ...


Pensions & Investments

Credit managers more pessimistic on credit defaults; Europe, Asia diverge — survey
Pensions & Investments
Credit portfolio managers believe defaults will increase over the next 12 months globally, according to the latest survey from the International Association of Credit Portfolio Managers. The Credit Default Outlook index globally for the next 12 months ...


CT Post

Gov. contenders spar over municipal credit ratings
CT Post
Sometimes it's the list your town or city doesn't make that Trumbull's Tim Herbst says sets him apart from his gubernatorial rivals Joe Ganim and Mark Lauretti. Both Ganim's and Lauretti's cities were placed on a credit downgrade watch list this week.


Salt Lake Tribune

State treasurer warns state takeover of UTA could damage Utah's credit rating
Salt Lake Tribune
Utah State Treasurer David Damschen warned legislators Wednesday that a full state takeover of the Utah Transit Authority could damage the state's now-perfect credit rating, and hurt its ability to borrow for other needs. “If we bring $2 billion of UTA ...

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