Monthly Archives: February 2011

Credit Score Part 1: The Amount You Owe

Your credit score can make or break you, but you don’t want to let it break you. I’m here to show you how your credit score is put together and how you can improve your credit. Today I’m going to show you your FICO credit score, and how the amount you owe plays into determining your credit score. This is just one of the ways that Credit Bureaus are going to actually compute your credit score. Continue reading

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Traveling Tips

When I’m on vacation the last thing I want to worry about is my finances. You might find it interesting to know that most Banks and credit card issuers monitor your debit and credit card activity – not to see where you are spending your money – but to see if any of your transactions are out of the ordinary. So if you live in Washington, DC and there’s a transaction from a store in San Francisco, you might get a call. Continue reading

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Preparing Your Rainy Day Fund

Obviously you don’t want to be stuck in a situation where you’re in between jobs or maybe you need two new tires for your car or an unexpected medical bill pops up… but hey, stuff happens. That’s why it’s important to have an emergency fund, or what I like to call a “Rainy Day Fund.” Continue reading

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Unnecessary Banking Fees

There’s a four letter word I’d like to talk about. Don’t worry, it’s not one of those four letter words… but it has become derogatory over the last few years… the word is fees. Listen and find out why, when it comes to bank fees, airbanking doesn’t find deceitful ways to hide fees like some banks, we keep your banking experience transparent. Continue reading

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