There’s a three-digit number connected to you that wields a significant amount of power in your life—your credit score. It’s used to determine whether you’ll qualify for loans and at what interest rate. Prospective employers may also access your credit history to get a glimpse of your financial management habits. Building up a good score takes discipline and commitment, but the rewards are tangible when you start saving money because of your smart choices.
Learn what your score means and what factors into it.
Use this program to learn debt-control tactics that will make your life less stressful.
Put these tips into practice and you’ll see improvements in your credit history.