I have to say, I’ve been working hard on my financial wellness lately. I’m not perfect, but what I do know is that continually improving my credit score is a way to eventually “save” money. You certainly spend more when you’re in debt. So today, Mansa Musa, from The Central Detroit Christian Community Development Corporation (CDC) talks about what happens when your score is too low, and how you can fix it.
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To get more information on events at the CDC contact Mansa Musa at MoneySmartLife.org or call 313-626-7627 and leave a message or text the word “help.”