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After reviewing the "Credit Scores" board game on its Kickstarter page, Linfield gave it high marks for family involvement, since it's designed to be played around the table by a family, which can lead to a useful discussion about credit and how credit scores work.
"The interactivity also gives an opportunity to use it as a catalyst for other conversations about finances, "
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