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Credit Around The Web: January 27th

By Kevin / January 27, 2010

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I’ve been watching the Apple event over on Engadget for the past hour, you may wonder what that has to do with personal finance – everything really. My iPhone has really changed the way I manage my money, because it allows me to check bank accounts and pay my bills from just about anywhere so I was interested to see what the new iPad has to offer.

It looks like it will support iWork and more complex applications then the iPhone which really gets me thinking about all of the cool things that could be done with financial apps. However the most important thing, the price, hasn’t been announced yet so hopefully it fits within my budget. Let me check my budget for this month on my iPhone… see what I mean?

Here are a few other interesting things I’ve been reading around the web this week:

Mr Credit Card has posted a full review of the Bank of America debit card, something that I use daily since my personal and business accounts are with Bank of America. My experience with them has been fairly good so far, and over the last few years I’ve added around $800 to my savings with the “Keep the Change” program they have going.

The Digerati Life offers us a look inside 10 Biggest Credit Mistakes To Avoid which is a free ebook offered by Philip Tirone. This book looks like a must read it you find yourself obsessed with improving and maintaining your credit score – like me.

Finally, Money Ning has a very in-depth post on 0% credit card basics, explaining the difference between 0% purchase and 0% balance transfer credit cards and all the terminology that goes along with it.

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