A proposal to change the way credit scores are calculated—to include non-loan payments such as rent, utility and cable bills—is gaining momentum as a way to help more Americans establish and improve their credit worthiness. But dig deeper, credit experts say, and one finds that such reforms may end up hurting consumers more than helping them.
Should Credit Scores Include Rent and Cable Bills?
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