A credit score lets creditors know if you are good at handling money. But there are a lot of things that a credit score doesn’t tell your creditors about how you handle money.
All in Bad Credit
Many millennials feel like they’ve suffered negative affects due to their score. But, just how much does a low credit score affect millennials?
How can things that don’t involve credit at all ruin your credit score? Here are 10 surprising ways you can ruin your credit score even though they have nothing to do with your credit usage.
Romantic relationships can be fun and exciting. A romantic partner can help you become a better person, enjoy new adventures, and open a door to new possibilities. Don’t let financial disagreements ruin what could be an everlasting love.
For some people, their credit score can look frightening right now. But, with a little patience and hard work, your fright can turn into delight.
Do you worry about having bad credit? Do finances stress you out every month? You might be making bad financial decisions without even knowing it.
Nearly one third of Americans currently have a poor credit score. And many people have no credit at all. In an economy that relies so heavily upon credit scores, it’s amazing to see such an extraordinary amount of people who aren’t taking advantage of this important financial opportunity.
Shame is an epidemic in our culture today. It is blatantly used as a tool in the political arena, ever present within our workplaces, in the media we consume, and throughout the schools of America's children. Shame is a tough and messy topic. Throw money into the mix and the discussion becomes even more difficult and dirty.