Kikoff Credit Account: Everything you need to know
February 5, 2021

We help you with three crucial factors that determine your credit: payment history, credit utilization, and average account age.

The best money lesson I ever learned: the power of compound interest
January 27, 2021

The best money lesson I have ever learned is the power of compound interest. Most of the world underestimates the power of compound interest and usually don’t understand it. In simple terms, your money grows exponentially instead of linearly.

I have, like, no money. How do I save?
January 25, 2021

If you’re thinking seriously about your financial future, you’re already miles ahead of the crowd. Still, it can be tricky to know how to get started. One thing you can do immediately is to get smarter about saving your nickels. Here are four quick ways to start saving more money.

I’m jealous of friends who have more money than me. Am I a bad person?
January 19, 2021

May I start by saying welcome to the club? No, you are not a bad person. We all do the comparison act, especially when it comes to friends and their money.

What’s a New Years Money Resolution that Won’t Fail?
January 14, 2021

At the beginning of the year, everyone was eager to make a list of new year’s resolutions. We believe that we’re gonna follow through with them and change our entire lifestyle, right? Well usually that isn’t the case. In fact, around 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February. You must be thinking, what do I do now?

4 (Easy) Habits of Wealthy People
January 9, 2021

So you want to be rich (or, like, pay your bills, have some fun, and start saving) — but aren’t sure how to get there. Here’s a secret: build smart, simple habits.

Are You Credit Invisible?
September 2, 2020
How Can Debt Be Good?
August 25, 2020
Why is My Credit Score Important?
August 18, 2020
What Credit Score Do I Need to Rent an Apartment?
August 13, 2020
Credit Score: The Basics
August 3, 2020

Your credit score may vary based on who provides the score, the data on which it’s based on, and how it is calculated. Knowing your score and what affects it can greatly prepare you for building your credit score.