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Your Credit Score: How to Improve the 3-Digit Number That Shapes Your Financial Future

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  • Posted December 18, 2014

    This was an absolutely excellent book for me to learn about cred

    This was an absolutely excellent book for me to learn about credit. I have had a few (okay maybe more than a few after reading this book and realizing what actually counts) slip ups in my credit history. I have been working hard to improve my scores and they have gone up, but I was basically just doing logical things like settling old account and paying down debt. Also I was SO TIRED of hearing different answers from everyone I talked to about what helps and hurts credit. In addition, it was extremely frustrating paying for scores and finding out they are different from place to place. This book has completely enlightened me and MASSIVELY educated and changed my perspective on credit, life, and how I approach the situation going forward. In my opinion, this book got me to realize that your credit score is one of the single most important factors in quality of life and comfort of living and can be as crippling or maybe even more so than a felony on your criminal record. It acts as a barrier to better things, and financial freedom when it is not up to par. Thank you for writing this book so I finally have some solid answers and understanding as to how many aspects of my financial life are so greatly affected by my score. It was so interesting I read 150 of 200 pages in one day, and I'm usually not a huge reader.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

    What is this book about?

    Because i have no clue.

    0 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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