The subject of credit scoring has become an increasingly hot topic, and for good reason. For many years,
the general public only associated the concept of credit scoring with the need to purchase high-ticket items such as a new car or a home.
Today, credit scoring goes much further. Your credit score can affect your ability to get a good rate on commodities such as car insurance,
cell phones, or even determine whether or not you get the job or promotion that you want and deserve. Indeed, the financial snapshot provided
by the credit score has also become a gauge for many employers, especially those who seek to place employees in a position of management or
Download: Credit Scoring Booklet (PDF)