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Author: Michael Taylor

#1089 What Affects Your Credit Score

When it comes to credit scores, FICO is the gold standard. Around 90% of consumer lenders around the country use the FICO credit scoring system to calculate how risky it would be to lend to you.Drawing on data from your credit reports from the three major consumer credit bureaus – Experi... see more

#1029 How Much Money Do You Need to Live in San Francisco?

San Francisco is widely regarded as one of the most desirable cities in the United States. The scenery is breathtaking, the weather is mild year-round, and the people are as diverse as in any place in America. It is for these reasons and more that people from all over the country, and around the ... see more

#1025 Zillow Estimates: Not As Accurate As You Think

Zillow's property-value estimates, called Zestimates,, are a popular consumer tool for seeing how much homes are worth. Whether you're curious about how much your home's value has changed, wondering if your home's appraised value is high enough to let you refinance or curious about how much your ... see more

#1012 Top Money Management Apps For 2015

There are two types of people when it comes to money: those who spend and those who save. The savers have a natural aversion to spending money: they must think, analyze, and weigh the pros and cons before making a purchase. The spenders, on the other hand, tend to be more liberal with their money... see more

#946 4 Roth IRAs with the Lowest Expense Ratios (SCHB, VTI)

While the returns delivered by an investment over time can vary significantly, choosing investments with low expense ratios is the one thing investors can control that directly affects the returns of their portfolios. Lower expense ratios mean investors get to keep a greater share of their mutual... see more

#936 Active vs. Passive Investing During Your Retirement Years

Wouldn't it be nice if you could just put your money in an investment account and go about your merry way? After all, you already expended some effort to earn the funds in the first place – shouldn't they be able to work for you now, without any more stress and strain on your part? Alas, that's... see more

#860 Credit Report Alert!

Your credit report controls a good deal of your financial life – the kind of loans you get, the interest rates you're charged, even whether you're hired for a job. Yet there's a good chance your credit report isn't totally accurate. A 2013 report from the Federal Trade Commission says one in fo... see more

#800 7 Secret Fees Cutting Into Your Travel Budget

We're in the midst of the travel-planning season, as solo travelers and families gear up for domestic and international holiday flights. With recent airline mergers and the constant threat of airline-fare hikes, summer travelers will need to stay on top of backdoor costs and fees that put a strai... see more

#779 Why Using Roaming Overseas Will Leave You Broke

You've probably heard the story – it sounds like a joke – where the guy uses his cellphone while on vacation and comes home to a few-thousand dollar phone bill. It's no joke, actually. Use your cellphone outside of the U.S. and you'll easily rack up data and roaming charges that will leave yo... see more

#777 Inflation And Your Retirement

Hitting your retirement goal is like throwing a dart at a moving target. Typical investors must account for multiple factors that affect the health of their nest egg. Most people take into account factors like taxes, their life expectancy and the availability of federal programs such as Social Se... see more

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