Infographic: Good Debts, Bad Debts & Your Credit
Did you know there is a good and healthy amount of debt a consumer can have? While there are several instances where debt can be in your favor, there are plenty where debt can be held against you too. Your debt to income ratio is one way your credit worthiness is weighted among lenders and is key to understanding how good or bad debt could be impacting your credit score.
With our helpful freecreditscore.com infographic, you can learn the difference between good debt, bad debt and how each can affect your credit in various ways.
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