How your credit score affects your love life

People with higher credit scores are more likely to form committed relationships

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From the January 2016 issue of the magazine.

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If you’re bummed about still being single, you may want to look into your creditworthiness. A recent study by the U.S. Federal Reserve Board found that people with higher credit scores—well above the average of 680—were more likely to form committed relationships. Meanwhile, those with really low scores were far less likely to find a soulmate. But even if you’re already partnered up, having a good credit score still provides a karmic pay off: High-score couples are more likely to stay together longer.

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