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Couples’ Credit—How Credit Scores Work With Your Significant Other

Your credit stays yours, even after you get married. But, your credit score still affects your partner, especially if you want to apply for a mortgage. Here's everything you need to know about couples' credit. Couples’ Credit—How Credit Scores Work With Your Significant Other appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
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