Many people might think they have the knowledge they need to keep good credit health. But since credit is something that isn’t widely taught in schools, most people’s credit knowledge is lacking. People may not realize the importance of their credit health until they apply for something, like a mortgage or line of credit, where a credit check is required to qualify.
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