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How to Manage Your Credit During a Divorce - Experian
With divorce and separation come new experiences and responsibilities. But you can protect and restore the good credit that took years to build.
What to Know About Employment and Your Credit - 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.
Improve Your Credit With These Tips - Experian
Learn tips to establish a positive credit history, advice on improving credit, what to do if you fall behind on payments, and the importance of education.
How to Plan for Retirement - Experian
If you're planning your retirement, start by saving money, choosing where you're going to store your funds, reducing expenses and monitoring your credit.
Steps to Take if You Are a Victim of Credit Card Fraud - 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.
Identity Theft Victim Assistance - Experian
In the case of credit fraud and identity theft, review your credit report and accounts, file an identity theft report, place a security freeze and dispute.
Credit Score Basics - Experian
A credit score is a number lenders use to help them decide how likely it is that they will be repaid on time if they give a person a loan or a credit card.
Understanding Credit Scores - Experian
A credit score is a number lenders use to help them decide how likely it is that they will be repaid on time if they give a person a loan or a credit card.
When to Close Credit Cards with Zero Balance - Experian
The standard advice is to keep unused accounts with zero balances open. Closing accounts reduces your available credit, which increases your utilization.
Do You Need Auto Insurance if You’re Not Driving? - Experian
Even if you're not driving your car, going without auto insurance generally isn't an option. However, there are ways to reduce your premiums. Find out more.

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