Do you know your credit score?
Credit scores generally range between the low 300s and the mid-800s, so surely a score of 600 is a good credit score, right?
Actually, a score of 600 is a poor credit score. Your credit score directly affects how much money your loans and other types of financingwill cost you over
your lifetime. Let’s take a look at the breakdown of credit scores: Read more
Make sure everything lines up!
Your credit score impacts a lot in your life, from buying a car to buying a house and even, sometimes, to getting a job. (Believe it or not, some employers check your credit report.) You owe it to yourself to know exactly what your credit score is, and how you can go about making it better. Here’s a quick rundown of the big things you need to know. Read more