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Retired or working. Does mit make a differance on your score?

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No difference in credit score. Credit is about managing your debts and paying back on time, not your income. Both my parents-in-law are retired living off of Social Security and a pension, and their scores have yet to move from the 810-820 range.

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Nope!!

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What counts most is how well you manage the credit you have.  I am reetired and have a much higher credit score now than I did whwen I was working, and that is primarily due to what I learned her and put into practice.

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