No matter your relationship with credit cards, it’s important to know about and understand your credit score. And whether you like it or not, certain life events can have a major impact on this number. Not sure which ones matter the most? Here are three major life events that could impact your credit score and how they might do it.
Annual shopping day events have become pop culture institutions in this country. For better or worse. Black Friday, for example, is arguably the biggest shopping event of the year. It’s an annual tradition where shoppers publicly scramble for above-average savings in stores. This event also has a dark reputation for the rowdiness and danger involved. It’s no wonder that with
Many people treat home ownership like it’s a quest they must undertake at any cost. Even if they don’t have directions or a map. It’s something know they must do, even though they don’t exactly know how to do it. Instead of focusing on buying the biggest home you can find, you might want to concentrate on how you’ll make
After several years of being unemployed and living off the extremely strained graces of relatives, I made a financial decision that I regret to this very moment. I converted my pension into an annuity. I was a college adjunct and academic adviser in another life. Teaching was a career that didn’t appeal to me. I have been a freelance writer
(Ulysses Nardin image by Johnson Watch via P.D.) If you don’t have the strategic patience to wait for a stock pick to gain in value, then you probably shouldn’t try investing in luxury watches either. Also, the best watch as investment isn’t always one of the usual brand suspects. Or, brand as in the singular sense. When most people think