When first-time renter Angelica Fattu-Logan, 20, started applying for apartments, she braced for rejection. But those rejections never came — in part because she had good credit. “I applied to about three or four different apartments, and they all accepted me right away,” says Fattu-Logan, a drugstore manager and college student from Peoria, Arizona, who … Continued

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Most people have their first taste of money management during their high school and college years. This is the time when most young people use their first debit/credit cards, take out their first loans, and write their first checks. However, this is also the time when young people make budgeting mistakes that can leave long-lasting … Continued

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This summer, CNBC reported the national average for the most popular credit score, the FICO, hit an all-time high of 700. That’s just 150 points below the highest FICO score you can get, an 850. Although this is good news for Americans’ credit health, Type A household-money managers might wonder what they have to do to get … Continued

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