Thursday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: 3 credit score myths you should stop believing. Also in the news: Vinyl siding costs and how to keep them down, 6 big ways credit can affect your life, and 1 in 3 parents will help their kids pay off student loans.

3 Credit Score Myths You Should Stop Believing
It’s all about the numbers.

Vinyl Siding Costs and How to Bring Savings Home
How to keep costs down.

6 Big Ways Your Credit Can Affect Your Life
From buying a home to getting a new job.

1 in 3 parents will help their kids pay off student loans
And it could impact their retirement.

Thursday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: What adding 100 points to your credit score means for your finances. Also in the news: How to finance your dream home improvement projects, how your boss can help you reduce your student loan repayment timeline, and why you should be treating your income like you do your investments.

What Adding 100 Points to Your Credit Score Could Mean
Is it a game changer?

6 Ways to Finance Your Dream Home Improvement Project
Without turning your home into a money pit.

Here’s how fast you can pay off your student loan with help from your boss
Your repayment timeline could could get shorter.

Are You Diversifying Your Income? You’d Better Start.
Treating your income just like your investments.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailHow many credit cards is too many, starting your kids on the road to financial success, and what it’s like to apply for Obamacare.

How Many Credit Cards Should I Have?
The answer may surprise you.

Smart Financial Moves for Fall
Ways to boost your finances in between pumpkin spice lattes.

Home Improvement Projects Every Seller Should Consider
These projects could increase the number of offers you receive on your home.

Want Your Child To Succeed? A Savings Account May Help
How even a small savings account could set your child on the road to financial success.

Obamacare marketplaces are open: How to apply
A reporter shares her experience of applying for insurance under the Affordable Care Act.