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9 Ago/10

From the Tips Box: Mouse Sensitivity, Cascading Menus, and Credit Card Privacy [From The Tips Box]

From the Tips Box: Mouse Sensitivity, Cascading Menus, and Credit Card Privacy [From The Tips Box]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Readers offer their best tips for getting a closer look at windows in Exposé, cleaning your mouse’s scroll wheels, and managing your online identity. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: From the Tips Box: Mouse Sensitivity, Cascading Menus, and Credit Card Privacy [From The Tips...

26 Ago/09

Maintain a Good Credit Score with the 20-Percent Rule [Money]

Maintain a Good Credit Score with the 20-Percent Rule [Money]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Getting and keeping a good credit score is important in renting an apartment, buying a home, and most other finance-based ventures. CNN Money offers their best tips on how to maintain a FICO score, including the 20-percent rule. Photo by Andres Rueda. The article explains that how much you owe versus how much credit has been extended to you is the second most important factor in determining your score. By way of example,...

14 Lug/09

Learn the Hidden Benefits of Credit Cards [Credit Cards]

Learn the Hidden Benefits of Credit Cards [Credit Cards]

Extended care warranties, car rental insurance, trip cancellation protection—you know they’re just margin boosters for companies, but you can’t shake that vulnerable feeling. Personal finance author Ramit Sethi says you need only look in your wallet. Photo by TheTruthAbout. Sethi, author of the I Will Teach You To Be Rich blog, and book of the same name, notes that most credit cards extend purchase warranties to one year automatically, on top of the 30- or 90-day standards...


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24 Giu/09

The Credit Scores You Don’t Get to See [Credit Report]

The Credit Scores You Don’t Get to See [Credit Report]

You have a right to see your credit score once a year, but that’s not the only credit knowledge lenders and sellers base their decisions on. MSN Money runs down eight “secret scores” that the credit world keeps on you. Photo by TrinityCreditServices. These non-FICO scores don’t factor into that seemingly all-important trio of credit bureau numbers, but they do affect how credit issuers and contracts will be negotiated. Besides looking at credit histories to determine...