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    Credit Life Support

    Monday, September 29th, 2014

    Medical billing is infamous for its inadequacies.  The amount of billing error is incredible.  Even with a drop of 10% from the year before, the error rate in 2012 was still at 9.5%.   Unfortunately, it is fairly common for a medical bill to go to collection without the consumer being aware.  At this point, the […]

    Secured Versus Unsecured Credit

    Monday, September 22nd, 2014

    Many options are available today for those seeking to purchase with credit. While exploring various options, one major delineation between types of credit is secured or unsecured. This can be applied to loans and credit cards. Below we’ll break it down so that you can pursue the type of credit that is best for you. […]

    Bad Credit Will Cost You In Insurance Premiums

    Monday, September 15th, 2014

    It’s true. Your credit score can impact your finances beyond actual credit. This may seem counterintuitive, but all the information on your credit report is a very valuable compilation of your behavior. So although bad credit only literally applies to your use of debt, insurance companies still use credit reports as a resource to charge […]

    Newest FICO Score Lessens Impact of Medical Debt

    Monday, September 8th, 2014

    Credit scores come in a variety of forms. Different companies produce different credit scores using their own algorithms. To keep a competitive edge, these algorithms are kept secret by these companies. To further complicate matters, algorithms are periodically updated to produce what should be more accurate credit scores in respect to actual credit risk. FICO […]

    Credit and Employment

    Monday, September 1st, 2014

    Happy Labor Day! In honor of your labor, we’re going to spend a little time talking about the impact of your credit on employment. Many people are familiar with the practice of employers pulling credit reports. Don’t worry, these are not hard inquiries that hurt your credit score. In a competitive economy, a good credit […]