1. Credit pitfalls for stay-at-home parents

    Stay-at-home parents can tank their credit by making these 5 common mistakes

  2. Why was my credit card application denied?

    Ever had your credit card application denied? No one likes rejection, but there are a few things you can do to improve your chances of being approved.

  3. Disputing credit report errors

    Your credit report. It's not terribly exciting, but it could keep you from enjoying some of life's most exciting milestones: Buying a car. Owning a home. Even getting a new job. So it's important to check in on your credit every once in a while, and if you find errors, ...

  4. Pregnant superhero Captain Credit shows how to fix your credit report

    You don't have to be a superhero to clean up your credit report and improve your credit, but it doesn't hurt! In this clip, the mighty, pregnant superhero Captain Credit offers three helpful and easy tips to help you clean up your credit report and improve your credit score.

  5. CreditCards.com's To Your Credit Minute: Strange items that can impact your credit

    CreditCards.com's Jeremy Simon talks about how unexpected items such as library fines, cell phone bills and speeding tickets can appear on your credit report and hurt your credit score.

  6. Credit reporting and credit scoring Q and A with Experian

    On Thursday, May 6, Experian director of public education Rod Griffin answered your questions on credit scoring and credit reporting live via a video stream from the CreditCards.com studio in Austin, Texas. The event is now over, but if you missed it or just want to see it again, you ...

  7. Changes coming for people with bad credit

    The new credit card law that begins Feb. 22 has provisions that protect people with bad credit. Specifically, the law limits fees on subprime credit cards. The law does not, however, cap interest rates, which can reach 80 percent or higher.