In an ideal world, a credit score would tell you nothing about a person except, well, their history of handling credit. Increasingly though companies and other entities are trying to use credit scores as proxies for indicators about a person’s general success at life.
In the absence of heavy-drinking, grooming has become my prime spending vice. So I’m giving it up for the month.
Gena-mour Barrett has a really good essay in BuzzFeed ideas about being raised by a single mother mired in debt.
In the Washington Post, Jonnelle Marte writes about our money worries in our 30s, and some goals to try reaching.
It’s time to check in on our debt payments and savings goals again.