Life Events - Experian
Understanding how life events — marriage, paying for a college education – can affect your credit is important to maintaining a good credit history.
Death of a Spouse - Experian
Stabilizing your credit in the event of a death can be difficult, especially if your spouse held all the credit in his or her name.
Divorce and Credit - Experian
With divorce and separation come new experiences and responsibilities. But you can protect and restore the good credit that took years to build.
Employment - Experian
Federal law allows potential and current employers to view a modified version of your credit report for employment purposes such as hiring and promoting.
Planning for Retirement - Experian
Your goal as you near retirement should be to minimize or eliminate your debt and not carrying any balances on your credit cards.
Preventing Fraud - Experian
Learn the warning signs and get the information you need to prevent credit fraud and identity theft. Get information on Experian's id theft services.
Credit Card Fraud: What to Do If You’re a Victim - Experian
If someone has made unauthorized charges on your credit card or if you believe you're a victim of identity theft, there are important steps you can take.
Victim Assistance - Experian
Experian suggests that you follow a four-step process if you notice something unfamiliar or suspicious on one of your accounts.
What Is Credit Fraud? - Experian
Credit fraud is the use of victims' personal information and credit standing to borrow cash or buy goods or services on credit, without repaying the debt.
Understanding Your Experian Credit Report - Experian
Staying on top of your credit report is important to your financial well-being and knowing what is in your credit report is the first step. As a consumer, y