Love (And Money) on my Mind
Whatever your relationship status is on Facebook, with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we figured that now would be a good time to share some tips to help you kick your love life – and your financial wellness – up a notch:
Little frequent gestures of affection mean a lot more than one big gesture once in a blue moon. Text messages can mean more than an expensive gift. – Reddit
Higher credit scores tend to correlate with being in committed relationships and staying together, as it may indicate an essential element of relationships: trustworthiness. So keep your score up!
Money issues are one of the leading causes of divorce. If you’re arguing over finances, try thinking about it as an “us” problem instead of a you vs. me problem. – Huffpost
Financial health is the #1 source of happiness. Nothing will make you and your partner happier and more confident. Self-confidence is attractive. So, for the sake of love, rock on with your financial wellness (with Mogo, obviously😉).
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1 - Free credit score is provided by Equifax and is only available to MogoAccount holders that have passed identity verification. The Equifax credit score is based on Equifax’s proprietary model and may not be the same score used by third parties to assess your creditworthiness. The provision of this score to you is intended for your own educational use. Third parties will take into consideration other information in addition to a credit score when evaluating your creditworthiness. Equifax® is a registered trademark of Equifax Canada Co., used here under license.