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    Who is FICO and Why Do They Determine So Much About My Finances?

    Monday, March 30th, 2015

    That pesky three digit number known as your credit score can end up costing you thousands of dollars. But where does it come from? Well, there are actually many different credit scores offered by several different companies. But the one that matters most is the credit score from Fair Isaac Corporation, also known as FICO. […]

    Paying Off Your Debts

    Monday, March 23rd, 2015

    Perhaps the best way to boost your credit score is to eliminate debt. Paying off debt can make a difference on your score in just a small amount of time. This is a great upside to paying off debt as it can be a credit boosting tactic. Not only can your score rise, but you […]

    How to Read a Credit Report

    Monday, March 16th, 2015

    Learning how to read a credit report is fairly simple when you know what to look for. The format of your report will vary slightly between credit bureaus, but the same information will be presented. Personal information is included at top, followed by potentially problematic items from creditors or the law. Actual credit accounts fill […]

    Credit is Not Bad!

    Friday, March 6th, 2015

    In honor of National Financial Awareness Day, we’re going to talk about the good and the bad of credit. To be totally financially aware requires a degree of knowledge about credit. What is credit and why is it such a heated topic? Different financial gurus will call for anywhere from no use of credit to […]

    Protecting Children from Identity Theft

    Monday, March 2nd, 2015

      This week is National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW). Unfortunately, no one is safe from identity theft, no matter how young. In many ways, children are the most susceptible because of their financial inactivity. It may takes years before anyone notices foul play. Still not worried? Consider these statistics: children are targeted 35 times more […]