Tag: credit report

ClearScore TV ad 2017 – Better Score, Better Deals

Wat doing? Wat doing? Wat doing? Moose! I’m just checking my ClearScore because the better your credit score the better interest rates you can get on loans credit cards and mortgages. Better score, better deals! Oh, ok. Better score, better deals! Better score, better deals! Better score, better deals! Yeah, Moose! See how your credit […]

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A quick guide to your Equifax Credit Report & Score

I’ve got 60 seconds to tell you about your Equifax Credit Report & Score. Let’s go. If you’ve opened a credit card account, applied for a loan or registered to vote, this type of information is recorded on your credit report. It’s a record that follows you through life, and when you apply for credit, […]

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What is a FICO Score?

Hi and welcome to another Two Minute Tuesday video. Today I’m going to talk about your credit score also known as your FICO score. One important aspect of purchasing a home is getting a mortgage and getting a good low rate is dictated by your ability to prove your creditworthiness. The term you’re all familiar […]

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Credit Score Hacks | Boost Your Credit Score 100pts

Welcome to the Money Mike show. Today I want to help you better understand your credit to put you in the driver seat on the road to financial success. Credit is a financial necessity. Without it, you probably wouldn’t be able to afford a car, furniture, or even a home. You don’t have to have […]

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DollarWise Summer Youth Campaign | Module 4 | Credit Card Basics

Module 4 Credit Card Basics An introduction to credit card use Before you start using credit cards it’s important to fully understand what a credit card is and how it works. How you use and manage your cards will have a big impact on your financial future. Now, by talking about credit cards, we’re not […]

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Why is US Paper Money Green?

greenback Early Printing of U.S. Paper Currency In Article I of the U.S. Constitution, ratified on June 21, 1788, Congress was granted the power to “coin money” and “regulate” its value, but not to issue paper money. The result of the near complete devaluation of the paper money printed to fund the Revolution (bills called […]

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