Money Monday: How your credit score can affect your daily life

Common financial advice warns you to keep a close eye on your credit score, keeping it as high as possible to avoid the repercussions of a “fair” or “poor” score. You’re expected to engage in habits that improve your credit score, such as making on-time payments, utilizing only a portion of your available credit, and having a good balance of credit (preferably from long-term accounts). But how important is your credit score to your long-term financial future, really, and how could it impact your daily life? 

Read about it here on Forbes: “Hidden Ways Your Credit Score Can Impact Your Daily Life.”

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