Archive for October, 2015

How Do I Use a Chip Card Reader?

Friday, October 23rd, 2015
How do I use a chip card reader?

Most of us have seen them (or seen the little chip icons in grocery store readers) but how many of us are actually good at using the chip readers, if we’ve even gotten the opportunity at all? Keep reading for an answer to “How do I use a chip card reader?” as well as a few more answers to frequently asked questions about chip credit cards. (more…)

Why is Insurance So Expensive for Teen Drivers?

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015
Why is insurance so expensive for teen drivers?

It’s illegal to drive without car insurance, but new drivers have some of the highest rates of everyone on the road. So what gives? The basic fact is that teen drivers are more likely to end up in an accident, so insurance companies charge more for their policies. We’ll break down what that looks like and what you can do about it. (more…)

How Do You Get a Free Credit Report?

Thursday, October 15th, 2015
How do you get a free credit report?

Many websites will tell you that they offer a free credit report, but many (if not most of them) have some fairly significant strings attached. Whether they are trying to sucker you into giving them your credit card information or just want to bombard you with a plethora of ads, these sites are not the easiest or safest way to get your credit report. (more…)

Will Checking Your Credit Score Hurt Your credit?

Monday, October 12th, 2015
Will checking your credit score hurt your credit?

Most advice about getting an auto loan or any kind of financing (including our Three Basic Car Loan Tips and How to Get a Car Loan After a Repossession) begins with “Check your credit score!” Checking your credit score is a good step because it lets you know exactly what kind of loan and interest rate you will be able to get. But will checking your credit score hurt your credit?  (more…)

Getting a Car Loan After Divorce

Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
Getting a Car Loan After Divorce

A divorce can half your income and shred your credit, but that doesn’t mean you are out of luck when you need a loan to get a new or used car. We at Broadway Credit know that a vehicle is important, whether you are a part of the daily commute or just going grocery shopping, and if your ex got the car (or the one you had is on its last legs) then there are options for you. Keep reading to check out our tips for getting a car loan after divorce. (more…)

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