What are the Different Credit Score Ranges? - Experian
A credit score can range from 300 to 850 depending on the scoring model, such as a mortgage score. Bankcard and auto scores can range from 250 to 900.
Young and Old: Breaking Out Millennial Debt and Credit - Experian
To get a clearer picture of the millennial generation, Experian looked at younger and older millennials to see how their debt and credit scores compared.
Should You Lease or Buy a Car? - Experian
Learn what to consider when deciding whether to buy or lease a car and what credit score you're going to need. Compare the pros and cons of each option.
Survey: How Consumers Are Reacting to COVID-19 - Experian
A survey revealed that more than half of Americans feel uneasy about job security and more than a third feel they may have trouble paying their bills.
What Is a Credit Report? - Experian
A credit report is like a report card on how you manage your finances. Find out why it's so important and what it means for you.
What Is An Emergency Fund Used For? - Experian
An emergency fund can be used when you have an urgency to cover costs such as medical or dental expenses, pet care, car repairs and more.
What Is a Secured Credit Card? - Experian
Learn the difference between secured and unsecured credit cards, how secured cards build credit and how to get one.
What Is an Origination Fee? - Experian
A loan origination fee is the fee the lender charges to cover miscellaneous costs associated with making your loan. Find out your credit score impacts fees.
What Is Deferred Interest? - Experian
Deferred interest is when a no-interest loan or credit card has a period of zero interest if you pay off the balance before the time ends. Find out more.