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Is 716 A Good Credit Score – How Good Is "Good Enough" When It Comes to Your Credit Score? – Credit Countdown With John Ulzheimer


Is 716 A Good Credit Score – Review

There are many ways to define a “good” credit score. How do you know what credit score is good enough? Credit expert John Ulzheimer helps clear things up in this video.

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  1. Alex Libby
    July 25, 2021 at 5:13 pm

    300 is an amazing credit score! Jk

  2. James Allen
    July 25, 2021 at 5:13 pm

    You nailed it John. I’m well above 800 and I’m not trying to shoot for the stars to get 850-900 in some scoring models. I always tell people to pay your bills on time and if you think that you’ll forget, most credit card issuers, banks, mortgages and auto loans all have auto pay. Personally for me I don’t like giving my hard earned money to the bank to make them rich. That’s why I always pay my credit card bills before the statement date and in full always.