These days, consumers have relatively easy access to their credit scores thanks to a wealth of online services. Due to how important this three-digit number is, consumers are eager to maintain or increase their credit rating, especially if a major financial decision hangs in the balance. But how quickly (and often) does your credit score change?
To find out, we teamed up with MoneyLion, a mobile finance platform, to break down the ebbs and flows of a credit score.
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