This summer, CNBC reported the national average for the most popular credit score, the FICO, hit an all-time high of 700. That’s just 150 points below the highest FICO score you can get, an 850. Although this is good news for Americans’ credit health, Type A household-money managers might wonder what they have to do to get … Continued

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If a personal check gets lost or stolen, or you pay a merchant and decide he’s swindling you, you’re not out of luck. You can try asking your bank or credit union to cancel the check, also known as a stop payment order. Timing may be crucial, so follow these steps as soon as you can. 1. … Continued

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As the world goes fully digital, online information increasingly is under attack from scammers stealing people’s personal information. A security feature known as two-factor authentication can keep your accounts safer and provide peace of mind. What is two-factor authentication? Two-factor authentication, also known as multifactor authentication and often abbreviated as 2FA, adds an extra layer … Continued

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