Aug 13, 2020
Welcome to the Her Two Cents Podcast where your hosts Laura Webb and Faith Doyle come together as two female financial advisors with over 40 years of collective experience to provide a multigenerational perspective on all things money. Our goal is that through these conversations, we can normalize the way women talk about and view money. We have all been told that having good credit opens many doors, but do we really understand what goes into our credit and how it impacts our access to capital? Do we understand that our credit score can make or break our lives both personally and professionally? What goes into determining your credit score anyway, and how can you fix it if it's not ideal? Join us in this episode with our guest Michelle Outlaw, BSACS, MAFM, MDiv, Vice President of Programs at the African American Credit Union Coalition. Listen as we address the topic of credit, how bad credit and even no credit can make life much harder. Learn ways to address your credit or share these tips with other women to make a difference in their lives. To find out more about Michelle and the African American Credit Union Coalition visit their website at www.aacuc.org.