Alfred Erickson Garcia

Credit scores can be tricky to understand, but that doesn’t mean they won’t impact your daily life and well-being. A poor credit score can prevent you from getting the home or business loan you need, or force you to pay higher interest rates on other debts. In some instances, it can even prevent you from getting the job you applied for. This makes it all the more important to understand your credit score and to check it ever so often to make sure you are in good standing.

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