Posts Tagged ‘score’

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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Stars vs. Blues 2016 final score: Dallas loses composure as Blues rout them in Game 3

Stars vs. Blues 2016 final score: Dallas loses composure as Blues rout them in Game 3

St. Louis scored six times to take a 2-1 series lead. The punch to the gut of the Dallas Stars at the end of Game 2 turned into a vicious uppercut as the St. Louis Blues delivered a 6-1 defeat in Game 3. The Blues now lead the series, 2-1. Dallas coach Lindy Ruff...

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Thunder vs. Spurs 2016 final score: Oklahoma City shocks San Antonio to take Game 2

Thunder vs. Spurs 2016 final score: Oklahoma City shocks San Antonio to take Game 2

Despite 41 points from LaMarcus Aldridge, the Thunder held on for a 98-97 win to even the series. After overcoming a slow start, the San Antonio Spurs seemed poised to win Game 2 of their second-round playoff series against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant had different ideas, though. The Thunder...

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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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Virginia Tech’s gonna try to score points now. Justin Fuente’s just the guy for the job

Virginia Tech’s gonna try to score points now. Justin Fuente’s just the guy for the job

For years, the Hokies have been done in largely by quarterback struggles. So here comes a coach with a solid record of overseeing QBs. Justin Fuente’s last season at Memphis revealed the coach’s one potential weakness in the midst of what has been a brilliant career. It’s the classic failing of most offensive-minded coaches:...

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6 Ways to Get Your Official FICO Score Free

6 Ways to Get Your Official FICO Score Free

Filed under: Credit Score Getty By Marilyn Lewis A high credit score is your ticket to discounts in borrowing and insurance. It can also be a key to landing a job or a rental home. Why FICO? FICO (for Fair Isaac Corporation, the company that invented credit scoring) scores are used in an estimated...

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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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