I never paid much attention to my credit score. I’m sure someone checked it when I rented my first apartment, but I couldn’t have told you what it was. Then I started using a budgeting service and it was like getting a grade on a test.
Have you ever been offered a free dog? Well, my “free dog” ended up costing over $1,000 in the first week. A friend of ours found Jack as a stray running down the side of a busy road, and despite an ad and posters, no one ever claimed him.
You either love it or you hate it. The crowds. The adrenaline. The deals.
Do you pay more for products than they're actually worth? It’s not in your best interest.
Information in your credit report affects many aspects of your financial well-being.