Would You Consider Credit Score When Looking For A Potential Spouse

Dated: 01/21/2018

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Everyone knows your credit score is important.  It plays a huge part in being able to get a new car or buy a home.  It can also be a factor in what you are charged for insurance policies or your cell phone.  It can even be a consideration when trying to find a job.   But would you consider a potential spouses's credit score before taking the plunge?  In a recent research study, 70% of the people in the study said that credit score was very or extremely important when considering a potential spouse.  Even more important than attractiveness, ambition, or sense of humor. 

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