Time is so important to us. Years ago, people told the time from the seasons and the tides and the sun.
Today, we rely on calendars and clocks to keep us on track, and we pay attention to our time right down to the second (and in sports, we even pay attention to time right down the millisecond).
We make sure that we get to work on time and get the kids to soccer practice on time. Time is an asset that we all wish we had more of. We envy people with perfect timing. We save time when we can so we can spend time doing things we enjoy.
When it comes to credit scores, time is a valuable commodity. If you want to achieve or maintain a great credit score, use these four time-related tips to help you.
In our modern age, time is important. It’s the one thing that we all get the same amount of (24 hours each day) and it’s how we spend that time that matters. You can use time to your advantage to help boost or maintain credit by doing the right things at the right time and letting time heal the credit items we don’t want on our report.
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The last military payday of 2014 is still 10 days away, but the questions have been coming in, so I thought I should write about it early. The December 2014 end-of-month pay day is Wednesday, 31 December 2014 because 1 January 2015 is a federal holiday. While some banks and credit unions post military pay a little early, it […]