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[19 Mar 2017 | One Comment | 1,668 views]
Do This and Don’t do That for Managing Your FICO Score

Few financial figures are as important as a credit scores. The three-digit figure has a major impact on daily life — dictating what consumers can buy, how much credit they can obtain and even where they choose to reside.

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[11 Mar 2017 | One Comment | 3,712 views]
Un-Paid Utility Bills Will Damage Your Credit Report and Lower Your FICO Score 100 Points

Your credit score report can be affect by more than your available credit history. We talk about how credit cards, mortgages, car loans, and any type of loan that reports to all 3 credit bureaus will affect your credit score. We don’t always talk about utility companies and how they can have a negative impact on your credit report. Here are utility companies I like to consider non-creditors. In other words these companies don’t give you a line credit, they just provide a service.

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[3 Mar 2017 | One Comment | 2,912 views]
Improve Your FICO Score With These Tips

It’s important to note that repairing bad credit takes time and there is no quick way to fix a credit score. In fact, out of all of the ways to improve a credit score, quick-fix efforts are the most likely to backfire, so beware of any advice that claims to improve your credit score fast.

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[11 Jan 2017 | No Comment | 792 views]
How Many Credit Cards You Should Have for a Good Credit Score

How many credit cards should you have for a good credit score? If you’re one of those people who holds up the line at stores because you’re trying to figure out which of your 10 credit cards to pay with, it may be time to do some consolidating.

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[26 Dec 2016 | No Comment | 998 views]
Free Credit Score and Credit Report for Wells Fargo Customers

Wells Fargo has a limited-time offer for customers where they’ll give you a free credit score and free credit report through November 16, 2014. Unfortunately, the score you get is not your real FICO score. It is a made up score calculated with the bank’s own proprietary scoring model.