5 Ways Your Partner Can Ruin Your Credit

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When you're thinking of pickup lines, probably none of them include, "Can I see your credit report?" Talking finance isn't exactly romantic, which is why most of us don't - not even once we decide to move in together or get married. Here are five ways your partner can ruin your credit, and ways you can prevent them.
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