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Ways to Maintain Your Credit Score Once You Retire

When you were younger, applying for your first credit card, you probably recall the paradox you faced. Before a bank would issue you a card, it wanted to see your credit history, which left you wondering, “How could you have a history, if you didn’t have a card?” Your chicken and egg situation hardly seemed […]

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10 Reasons Having a Good Credit Score Is Important

If you’re retired, own your own home or just feel you have pretty much bought everything you’re ever going to need in life, you may assume that maintaining a good credit score is no longer such a big deal. What difference does it really make, you ask yourself, if your FICO score is 500 or […]

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