Finances 101 at Credit.com

With the credit/financial/economic crisis, Americans started paying more attention to their financial health.

When you’re losing your home, income, or investments, it tends to get your attention, right?

These kinds of issues can lead to a lot of questions, and we heard about Credit.com from some smart folks in the credit union world. Credit.com offers a great Knowledge Base section that serves as a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about financial topics.
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Topics are arranged by categories like “identity theft,” “auto loans,” and “credit cards” – making it easy to find what you’re looking for. Credit.com also features certain questions/answers, and shoots the most popular up to the top for easy reading.

Some of the posts are super handy, like how to increase your credit score and how bankruptcy affects your tax issues.

The San Francisco-based site was established by the former director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, and runs a blog and a forum where users can ask detailed questions.

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