I would have taken any job even Mcdonald's or Starbucks but they just weren't hiring or had too many applicants, or I was over qualified. I'd also check out whether or not they're serious to some degree or if they just like to play around, like they must have priorities pretty straight, they can end up playing with money too. As I only date and will never move in together or marry, her credit score is irrelevant. By Quentin Fottrell. We're no longer maintaining this page. Obviously it would be nice if my date had stellar credit. You can also subscribe without commenting.
For instance, would you be willing to use your car to secure them a title loan?
Your partner’s credit score could reveal red flags that have nothing to do with money
I don't want to live my life worrying about whether we can pay the electric bill and never being able to save up for unexpected expenses, so while I don't care whether someone I'm thinking of dating has a lot of money, I do care a lot about whether she can responsibly manage the money we do have. I happen to have an excellent credit score and I'm only Recommended Questions. Getty Images. But I know I will never get a credit card so when I see a guy using one it puts me off a little because it shows that he will likely be financially irresponsible in the future. Vote A. What people do and say in the early days of dating might have an impact later on.