Your Score

Your Score

An Insider's Secrets to Understanding, Controlling, and Protecting your Credit Score

Book - 2018
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The most comprehensive insider's look at what every consumer needs to know about their credit score--and most importantly, how to fix it

If you, like so many millions of Americans, are terrified by the daily headlines regarding Equifax and identity theft, and how all of this can directly affect your basic credit score, then this book should be considered as mandatory reading.

Like it or not, a healthy credit score is essential if you want to participate in today's financial world. But very few people actually understand how their credit score is determined. Worse yet, most don't know how their score is used by all kinds of companies and banks to dictate financial terms that will strongly affect their daily lives.

When consumers interact with the world of credit, they do so from a position of weakness. In Your Score, Anthony Davenport aims to change that. Finally, here is a road map for navigating the confusing world of consumer credit. Drawing on the real stories of his own firm's high-profile clients, as well as the stories of middle-class Americans, he reveals the hidden credit pitfalls that await even the most careful consumer and shares smart strategies to avoid them.

An accessible but detailed manual, Your Score finally lets readers take control of their credit score, understand how to play the game, and gain an insider's knowledge of how to better navigate the most important financial decisions of their lives.
Publisher: Boston :, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,, 2018.
ISBN: 9781328695277
Characteristics: xvi, 202 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Rudy, Matthew - Author

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Cynthia_N Feb 24, 2018

As I finished reading this book I realized I knew so much more than when I started it. I knew all the basics of how a credit score is created but this book explained so much more. I now know why you need a variety of credit types, I understand what a point is relating to mortgages, and I see wh... Read More »


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Cynthia_N Feb 24, 2018

As I finished reading this book I realized I knew so much more than when I started it. I knew all the basics of how a credit score is created but this book explained so much more. I now know why you need a variety of credit types, I understand what a point is relating to mortgages, and I see while I think Dave Ramsey is a genius that his ideal of using no credit/cash only is not the best option for me because I need a credit score... and I need a good one. I think I am on my way.

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