These three digits have a major impact on your financesMost FICO® Scores range from 300 to 850, with a higher score being better. A low score can affect your ability to qualify for loans and credit cards, sign apartment leases, even get hired for some jobs. For those reasons and more, it's important to know your current score, which you can access through Online Banking or the Premier America Mobile App.
- View changes in your FICO® Score over time through a quarterly history graph
- See key factors that may affect your FICO® Score
- View your FICO® Score without affecting your credit rating
So what score should you be shooting for? Anything over 700 is pretty good. Once you hit the 740s or 750s, you shouldn't have any trouble qualifying for most loans and credit cards.
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