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President Obama Promotes the Use of Fuel Efficient Technology

In his weekly internet and radio address on Saturday, President Obama focused on the ideal of utilizing fuel efficient technology as a means to lower the cost of energy, as well as decrease the dependency the US has on foreign sources of oil.

On Friday during an excursion to a factory in Virginia that makes jet components, . . . → Read More: President Obama Promotes the Use of Fuel Efficient Technology

iPad HD May Have Exciting New Feel Screen Technology

Amidst the inescapable influx of iPad predictions and rumors we have been attempting to dodge, there is one specific report that we could not help but see. It is suggesting that Apple may be including an up and coming tactile technology in the 3rd generation iPad display. The report is a bit shocking, unexpected and certainly . . . → Read More: iPad HD May Have Exciting New Feel Screen Technology

What Is Inside Credit Report?

By this point in time we all know, or at least we should, that we can get a free copy of our credit report at least once per year from each of the three credit rating agencies, TransUnion, Experian and Equifax. It is also common knowledge that our credit report affects virtually every aspect of our . . . → Read More: What Is Inside Credit Report?

Credit Score Definition and How It Affects Your Loans

Even today, with all the information available on the Internet, on television and radio, there is still a good bit of misunderstanding regarding the difference between a credit report and a credit score. The two are interrelated, but it is still good to know a credit score definition and how it affects your loans.

Understanding Your Credit . . . → Read More: Credit Score Definition and How It Affects Your Loans

20% of Home Sales Were Made Up of Foreclosures in Third Quarter

Not surprisingly, with the way the economy has been lately, 20% of all houses sold on the US market during the third quarter were previously foreclosed homes, according to a spokesperson for RealtyTrac. The good news is that 20% is a significant improvement when compared to the 30% rate recorded in 2010.

However, 20% is still not . . . → Read More: 20% of Home Sales Were Made Up of Foreclosures in Third Quarter

Is One Time Credit Report Enough?

While it is true that the government enacted a law stating that every consumer is entitled to a free annual credit report from each of the three major reporting agencies in the United States, is one time credit report enough? Perhaps many years ago a one-time credit report would have been adequate, but in . . . → Read More: Is One Time Credit Report Enough?

Suit Filed By Financial Industry Dismissed By Appeals Court

It appears that a court of appeals has decided to dismiss a lawsuit which was filed by the financial industry against the new federal regulations that would be geared toward cracking down on conjecture in the commodities market. This move will more than likely cause a delay to a decision being made over whether to pass . . . → Read More: Suit Filed By Financial Industry Dismissed By Appeals Court