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How long does bankruptcy stay on credit report?
Bankruptcy stays on your credit report for either seven or 10 years, depending on whether you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Learn more.
How your teenager can start building credit
The best credit card for a large purchase is one that involves rewards or a sign-up bonus. But big purchases can also hurt your credit score.
Travel packing tips, no matter where you go
Lessen the stress of travel preparation by reading our top travel packing tips, so you can hit the road – or catch that plane, train, or what have you – faster
Disputing closed accounts on your credit report
Closed accounts on your credit report can affect your credit score, but the impact will depend on whether the account is in good or bad standing. Learn more.
Using credit cards for emergencies
Most experts advise building an emergency fund for the unexpected. But if you don't have one, is using a credit card for emergencies a good alternative?
Ready to jet set? How to travel solo safely
Planning to travel solo? Read through our guide on how to travel alone safely so you can get the very most out of this transformative experience.
15 indoor house plants that require little upkeep
Explore our advice on low-maintenance plants so you can experience all the health benefits of plants in your home without any of the fussy upkeep.
How to dispute a credit card charge
Learn how to dispute a credit card charge whether it is a billing error, fraudulent purchase or you're simply not satisfied with the service provided.
What is a tradeline on your credit report?
Credit tradelines are the term for accounts included on your credit report. Learn how these impact your credit and what happens when you remove a tradeline.