Why Credit Scores Tend to Decline in Retirement | WSJ Your Money Briefing

Retirees often see their credit scores decline following their working years.

WSJ personal-finance reporter Imani Moise joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss why maintaining a high credit score still matters to many older Americans.

0:00 High credit scores
0:54 Credit scores, explained
1:34 Credit scores and retirement
3:19 Subprime credit score
4:01 How retirees can keep their scores up

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