US News & World Report: Impatience, it turns out, can be costly. Research suggests that people who opt for smaller rewards today over bigger rewards later tend to have lower credit scores. In the study by Columbia Business School associate professor Stephan Meier, the most impatient people had credit scores below 620, which means they pay more for loans.In the 2011 study published in the journal Psychological Science, Meier and his co-authors offered 437 low- to moderate-income participants bigger cash rewards if they were willing to receive the money later. They correlated the participants’ willingness to delay their cash rewards with their FICO score, a commonly used credit score. The participants most willing to wait for their cash rewards, had FICO scores that were, on average, 30 points higher than those who were the least patient. People with lower credit scores often have a harder time getting loans, and they pay more for the loans they do get.Read the whole story: US News & World Report
News Dominica to host Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show by: – August 30, 2014 Sharing is caring! Share 147 Views no discussions Share Tweet Discover Dominica Authority will host a team of three from Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio to Dominica from September 1 – 4, 2014.Peter Greenberg is a travel editor for CBS Morning News and NBC Today Show as well as a news journalist for several magazines including AARP Magazine. The team of three will be on island to host a three-hour live radio show to air on over 350 stations in the United States combined. The programs are distributed by United Sates Radio Network, one of the top radio syndicators in the US. The US radio team will interview local guests who can provide real flavor and authenticity of the destination. Further to the radio show, the group will visit and capture some of Dominica’s tourism sites and attractions for a promotional video entitled “Like a Local – Travel Detective,” which will further assist with the promotion of the destination. The Authority believes this is a great opportunity for destination Dominica to be further promoted in the North American market. Share
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