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July 30, 2010

Shooting for 720
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You may think you know all about your credit. But there's a lot more to it than just knowing the score. An expert has inside tips on boosting your credit score. Then - are you getting buried in stuff? We have an interview that will show you how to unclutter your life. Plus - the hidden dangers in your public pool.
Episode Segments:
InfoTrak: Improving Your Credit Score
Credit and home financing expert Philip Tirone talks about the importance of a good credit score and why he believes a score of at least 720 is so important for the average consumer. He explains how a consumer can have numerous credit scores and has some little-known factors that have a surprising impact on credit scores.
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InfoTrak: Organizing Your Life
For many people, simple organizing is not enough. Organization and time management expert Julie Morgenstern, author of When Organizing Isn't Enough , believes that for real change, it is also necessary to purge the behavioral clutter in a person's life and deal with the emotional baggage that is often the root cause of a cluttered life.
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InfoTrak: Safety in our Public Pools
Drowning is the second leading cause of death for youngsters. Alan Korn, Director of Public Policy for Safe Kids Worldwide , a non-profit group that aims to prevent accidental childhood injury discusses the dangers posed by drains in pools, spas and hot tubs, where children can become entrapped. He outlined basic safety steps that pool owners and parents can take to avoid a tragedy.
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