I’ve seen my credit score change dramatically over the years as I’ve paid attention to it. Future Proof M.D. has some great tips to share, stuff I wish I knew earlier on.

Key points:

  1. While having a high credit score means that more lenders will be willing to loan you money at better terms, it does not mean you should start borrowing for anything and everything you want.
  2. A high credit score keeps the door to lenders open in case you need to borrow money in the future for a car, a house etc.
  3. The good habits that earned you a high credit score – most importantly mindful borrowing and on time payments – will have to continue in order for you to reap the benefits.

Read the full article here:

Treat Your Credit Score Like Your Board Score

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