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Why Finding out Your Credit Score Won’t Hurt You

By Diana Hart

One day you look up and you realize, it’s happened, you’re an adult. You file taxes, you vote, you’re an independent member of society. The moment has come. You should find out what your credit score is.

No, that sounds terrible; I don’t want to do that.

Key Banks on Financial Wellness Outreach to Expand Customer Base


To many a scorned customer, it often seems banks are more interested in racking up fees — monthly service fees, overdraft fees, foreign transaction fees, minimum balance fees, to name a few — than helping Americans make sound financial decisions and secure their economic futures.

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