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I Asked My Teenagers These 10 Questions About Credit and Finances

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law. As I prepared to ask my teenagers 10 questions about credit, I contemplated the worst responses I might get from them. I’m glad to say, I was pleasantly surprised. There’s a lot that doesn’t make sense to me about my teenage children. Some of the disconnect revolves around …

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The Credit Wellness Checklist Everyone Needs to Use

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law.There’s a chill in the air and brightly colored displays are starting to appear along your town’s roads. It’s holiday season and there is no shortage of reminders that spending is on the horizon. Before heading to your local mall or online store, there’s a first question to consider: …

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What Your Good Credit Score Can Bring to Your Marriage

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm.There are several combination outcomes possible when marrying into another person’s credit score–two lows, two highs, one of each, or maybe you’re both rockin’ that midrange. While getting married doesn’t affect your score directly, there are several reasons to discuss your scores openly, then you can successfully plan …

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5 Credit Myths Debunked – Does Checking Your Credit Score Lower It?

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm. The world of credit is confusing enough without several misconceptions being thrown into the mix. The following five credit myths are ones I believed to be true at some point. I think it’s important that everyone understands their credit score and the items on their credit report. …

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