Credit Reports & Credit Scores

Your credit report is a detailed record of how you've managed your credit over time. Lenders use your credit report -- or the credit score that results from the data in it -- to help them decide whether to grant you credit and, if so, under what terms.  

Understanding what is, and isn't, in your credit report will help you maintain good credit, and rebuild it when your credit is not so good. It's also important to frequently review your credit report, so that you can find errors,  information you might dispute, or even signs of identity theft.  Understanding what a credit score is and how it affects your credit is also key to good financial health.

Below you'll find articles on credit reports, credit scores, and how to get them.

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