Study: Millennials could afford to learn more about credit scores

A RECENT LENDEDU study that surveyed 500 millennials between the ages of 17 and 37 concluded millennials have an intermediate understanding of credit scores. /COURTESY LENDEDU
A RECENT LENDEDU study that surveyed 500 millennials between the ages of 17 and 37 concluded millennials have an intermediate understanding of credit scores. /COURTESY LENDEDU
PROVIDENCE – A new study shows one in every five millennials have never checked their credit scores. A study released last week by LendEdu, an online marketplace for student loan financing, surveyed 500 millennials between the ages of 17 and 37 to test their knowledge of credit scores. LendEdu concluded that “Young American consumers have…

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