Why It Pays to Know Your Credit Score

Anyone who has a credit card, auto loan, student loan or mortgage has a credit score. What your score is and how you use credit every day should be as important to you as it is to the many others who do know your score and use it for their own purposes. Read the full article…

Comments from Cary Flitter:

There are many reasons that could contribute to low credit scores. Flitter Milz recommends that consumers start addressing their credit score by viewing current credit reports from TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax for inaccurate listings, such as incorrect payment histories, duplicate entries for the same account, re-aged listings, or a mis-merged file. When these errors are cleaned up, credit scores will rise.