People’s credit scores are often only brought up when there’s trouble brewing. Is this a good practice? Definitely not. Your credit score tells you whether you can take out a loan for just about anything. Your credit score also tells you whether you would be able to survive another near-bankruptcy.
While people take note of so many things, why is it that they normally don’t take note of their credit scores? According to experts like Suze Orman, this has become a harmful, self-deluding practice that has to cease. So next time you’re online, why don’t you type “FICO score” on any search engine and find out whether you’re still in the green or not?