A credit score is a three-digit number which is designed to represent your credit risk, or the likelihood you will pay your bills on time. Beyond impacting your ability to get approved for a loan it can also impact other facets of your life. In this episode of Money Flow we speak with Reid Frederick, WECU’s Director of Community Impact, about the topic of credit scores.
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What is a savings account, and how does it work?
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How much money should I have in my emergency savings?
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