Why Your Credit Score Matters Even When You’re Retired

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When you’re retired some things don’t matter anymore, like what time you go to bed or what you’re wearing tomorrow. Some stuff though, sticks to you forever. It’s a myth that in retirement your credit score is inconsequential.

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