Keeping track of your FICO scores

I’ve been tracking my free FICO scores for some time now and thought I would share how and why I do this in Money in case you might want to add this function yourselves.  Discover provides a monthly update to your TransUnion FICO score on their credit card statement and Citi does the same with your Equifax FICO score.  As to why –  why not?  We track everything else that involves our finances, and Money makes it easy to view in our Portfolio review screens.  From the Portfolio screens, it is also easy to right-click and select  “See Price History” allowing you to view a graph of your FICO score history.

All you need to do is add the scores into your Watch account by creating a dummy transaction with zero shares of each FICO score you’re able to get …


and then select “Update prices > Manually” every time you receive a score update.



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  1. HL said

    Great idea!

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