Posts Tagged ‘Credit’

3 steps to an excellent credit score

Filed under: Credit, Personal Finance, Finance An excellent credit score can unlock low interest rates on mortgages, auto loans and credit cards. In many states, a good score is also the key to lower auto insurance premiums. Although there are hundreds of credit scores out there, FICO remains the industry standard and isn’t shy...

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3 steps to an excellent credit score

Filed under: Credit, Personal Finance, Finance An excellent credit score can unlock low interest rates on mortgages, auto loans and credit cards. In many states, a good score is also the key to lower auto insurance premiums. Although there are hundreds of credit scores out there, FICO remains the industry standard and isn’t shy...

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How to monitor your credit for free

Filed under: Did You Know Identity theft continues to increase, with millions of Americans becoming victims every year. Dealing with identity theft can be time-consuming and stressful. Many products and services charge a monthly fee and offer protection. But you don’t need to pay to get higher levels of protection: there are now free...

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How to monitor your credit for free

Filed under: Did You Know Identity theft continues to increase, with millions of Americans becoming victims every year. Dealing with identity theft can be time-consuming and stressful. Many products and services charge a monthly fee and offer protection. But you don’t need to pay to get higher levels of protection: there are now free...

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Do you know how a tax refund can boost your credit score

Filed under: Credit, Credit Repair During tax season, conversations about how to use that always-anticipated tax return pop up all over the internet. Many who get a refund use it on vacations and other big ticket items. And while this isn’t always a bad idea, it may not be the wisest choice you can...

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Do you know how a tax refund can boost your credit score

Filed under: Credit, Credit Repair During tax season, conversations about how to use that always-anticipated tax return pop up all over the internet. Many who get a refund use it on vacations and other big ticket items. And while this isn’t always a bad idea, it may not be the wisest choice you can...

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How Credit Inquiries Affect Your Credit Score

How Credit Inquiries Affect Your Credit Score

Filed under: Credit Score Getty By Andrea Cannon Have you noticed inquiries on your credit report? Not sure what they mean? Soft and hard inquiries are the result of potential creditors assessing your credit report after you’ve applied for things such as a credit card, mortgage, or car loan. Hard and soft inquiries each...

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How Credit Inquiries Affect Your Credit Score

How Credit Inquiries Affect Your Credit Score

Filed under: Credit Score Getty By Andrea Cannon Have you noticed inquiries on your credit report? Not sure what they mean? Soft and hard inquiries are the result of potential creditors assessing your credit report after you’ve applied for things such as a credit card, mortgage, or car loan. Hard and soft inquiries each...

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Credit rating for Italy’s Eni downgraded

Credit rating for Italy’s Eni downgraded

Daniel J. GraeberMILAN, Italy, March 24 (UPI) — Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s said it lowered the credit rating for Italian energy company Eni by one notch because of the impact of low oil prices. Top News – UPI.com

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5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Credit Score Fast

Filed under: Credit, Credit Score The average American credit score varies by age. The 25 to 34 crowd has the lowest scores on average, likely because they’re getting established and paying off student loans. Credit scores steadily climb with age, as consumers become more stable and focus on saving rather than spending. The 55+...

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