Why I Don’t Care About My Credit Score

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I wanted a credit card SOOO bad.

At 18 years old, I was flat broke and living in a friend’s basement. For the life of me, I can’t recall how I justified applying for a credit card when I had no money. I’m sure that I just thought this is what responsible adults do. I remember sitting in the living room and filling out my first credit application. It was a Mastercard of some sort.

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5 Common Pieces Of Crappy Financial Advice

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Everybody receives financial advice.

Most of us don’t ask for it, but well-intentioned people offer it up anyways. Some of it is helpful. Maybe a wise parent or grandparent taught you to start investing for retirement from your first paycheck or keep an emergency fund. Much of the financial advice that has come my way however, has been less than useful.

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