﻿ Meet Gary. He has a great credit score and little credit card debt, with only two cards and owing \$2,000 on each with a 10% interest rate.
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# Meet Gary. He has a great credit score and little credit card debt, with only two cards and owing \$2,000 on each with a 10% interest rate. He has been working at his current job for four years with a steady income. Meet Greg. He has a good credit score and some credit card debt, with five cards owing \$2,000 on each. He has reached the maximum limit on two of them, but one is late, regularly costing him additional late fees. All have a 12% interest rate. He has been working at his current job for a year. Meet Bob. Meet Bob. He has a bad credit score and high credit-card debt, with seven cards, owing \$4,000 on each. He has reached the maximum limit on five of them, but all are late each month, costing additional late fees. All have a 15% interest rate. He has had six jobs in the past two years but has been working at his current job for three months. Part I. Assign a credit rating number to each person. Explain why each person has a certain credit rating. How can each person improve or maintain that credit rating? Estimate the monthly credit-card payments for each of these people. How can each person become more responsible? Write a plan of improvement for each person. Part II. Each person wants to buy a home. Why should each person buy and not rent? Find each one a \$200,000 house to purchase, using a local real-estate listing. What would the interest rate be for each? What would the monthly mortgage payment be? Why is each a different amount? Part III. Summarize the results of your research, and explain why it is financially responsible to make wise choices, using these three people as examples. Prompt Write a five hundred word essay answering all the questions about the three scenarios. Be sure to discuss the creditworthiness of each person, as listed below. the credit card problems and payments the suggestions for having better credit the mortgage and house choices for each the final summary comparing each person's credit story

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