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are you kidding? my house is paid off, my car is paid off ... I don't care about my credit score....
but "they" don't like this... and "they" keep trying to sign me up for a reverse mortgage.... you also forget, when You get older, your energy level goes down and there is not motivation to keep on spending... with or without credit....
Another way for some big business lazy a zz to squeeze every dime out of your retirement!
Think about it? who does a credit score help? Not the person that has it but the title loans, credit cards and banks who gives the loans! If you can’t pay off a loan at 2% how in the hell is the person going to pay off and 8% or 33% loan Duhh!
Take that credit score a stick were the sun don't shine! It's all a scam. The financial institutions of this
country are corrupt and will do anything to get every last cent the government doesn't.
Something I reject, is the picture above, off track it may be, but I am so tired of the media showing pictures such as that, with the little woman standing over her husband' while he is shown handling the finances. It has never been that way in my marriage, my late husband did not handle the finances, I did.
Women who allow the husband to take care of the finances will be left with little to no knowledge on how to handle their fiances when their husband is deceased. Wake up Ladies!
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