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Liz Pulliam Weston on the Personal Finance Hour

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Please join us Monday night (6PM Eastern, 3PM Pacific) on the Personal Finance Hour as JD and I discuss your credit history and credit score with none other than Liz Pulliam Weston! Liz Weston is the most-read personal finance columnist on the Internet according to Nielsen/Netratings and has written several credit and debt related books, so we’re very happy to have her on the program. We’ll talk about everything from the importance of checking your history to the various components that make up your credit score.

At 6PM Eastern, 3PM Pacific, the show will be broadcast online at this page (there’s also a chat room on that page where lots of listeners chat with one another, I’ve heard it’s a fun time!). You can also listen to the show on your telephone by calling calling (347) 327-9144. If you want to get on the air, hit “1” and we’ll get the notification and get you try to get to you as soon as we can.

If you would like to ask a question, you have three options. First, you can leave it as a comment here and I’ll try to ask Liz during the program. Or, you can call in to get on the air or leave the question in the show’s chat room. We hope you join us with this great opportunity to chat with Liz!


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2 Responses to “Liz Pulliam Weston on the Personal Finance Hour”

  1. Matt_SF says:

    I would be interested in Liz’s thoughts on inflation…

    “If you are a believer that the US will experience higher than average inflation in the upcoming years, how would you protect yourself?”

  2. Dan says:

    This is kind of a lengthy one but I think it is VERY important to discuss, hopefully you can get Liz to speak about this:

    The problem with FICO is that it did not adequately gauge risk. As we see, users with high FICO scores are defaulting left and right. The response by the bankers, we’ve seen, is that no matter what your supposed risk as calculated by FICO, they have reevaluated their entire portfolio without regard to FICO. Seems like such behavior is saying a lot.

    Lenders are now openly saying that they are putting much less emphasis on FICO and more on the actual credit data.

    What are your thoughts on the future of FICO? Will it be phased out? Is it even necessary to know your score? Why not just continue the great credit behavior and monitor your raw reports?

    What’s really is absurd is that the scores accessible on are outdated and not even the FICO versions used by the bureau’s and lenders. (oh and not to mention that Experian is now gone)

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