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The FICA effect or how your credit score affects your spouse

03 Oct
  • People with higher credit scores are more likely to be in a committed relationship and stay together
  • People tend to form relationships with others who have a similar credit score as them
  • The strength of the match, both in the headline credit score and its details, is predictive of whether or not a couple is more likely to break up for observable reasons pertaining to finance and household spending; and
  • Credit scores are indicative of trustworthiness in general, and couples with a mismatch in credit scores are more likely to see their relationships end for reasons not directly related to their use of credit.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-10-02/the-federal-reserve-has-some-advice-for-your-love-life

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Posted by on October 3, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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