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Local company teaches financial lessons not taught in school


By Jamal Denman

Contributing Writer


Most people, including those who did well in school and are college educated, go through life giving little thought to their personal credit score. Even less time is spent on monitoring, managing, or figuring out how to improve one’s credit rating. The only time many of us do so much as inquire about our credit score is when we are in the process of making a large purchase or attempting to establish a line of credit. For those of us who do not have a high enough credit score, the chances of being approved are slim to none, and the process of figuring out and addressing what is having a negative effect on your credit score can be rather time consuming. Classes on personal credit management are not required in high school or even college. Continue Reading →

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