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    The Golden Years: Why Credit Still Matters After You Retire
    This is part one of our two-part credit retirement series. Read part two here. Odds are, you won’t have too much to worry about after you retire. Retirement allows you to trade in your work deadlines and heavy-traffic c...
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    Business Credit: What Experts Say You Should Know
    It can be challenging to successfully manage your personal credit, even if you are aware of what you should be doing. Just like personal credit, business credit is something that can be difficult to manage. You’ve proba...
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    What You Should Know About Credit by the Time You Turn 25
    For most people in their early to mid-twenties, life can be challenging. After all, by the time you turn 25, you’re expected to have life figured out — where you live, what job you have, what car you drive, etc. P...
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    Experts Explain How to Build Credit from Scratch
    Building good credit can be difficult, and building good credit from scratch may seem like an even greater challenge. Most people start learning how to build credit when they are in high school or college, but some will avoid...
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    True Stories of the Best and Worst Credit Advice
    Most friends, family, and coworkers love to give advice. If you've asked them for credit advice, however, you've probably heard some pretty terrible suggestions. There's nothing wrong with seeking advice about your finances, ...
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    6 Tips for Cleaning Up Your Credit Score
    Spring is on the way, and that means it's time to start airing out the house and dusting every surface in sight. While you're getting your home in proper order, why not take advantage of this cleanliness-oriented mindset to r...
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    6 Ways to Raise Your Credit Score
    The average American's FICO score is at an all-time high of 695. Fewer people than ever (12.5 percent) are below a 550 credit score, and 19.9 percent of Americans are now over an 800 credit score. This trend from poor credit ...
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    How Debt Affects Your Credit Score
    Debt, especially credit card-related debt, continues to plague most Americans, threatening to lower their credit scores. Credit scores, often known as FICO scores, are broken down into five factors. Payment history makes up ...
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    Guest Post: How Do Payday Loans Affect Your Credit Score?
    Guest Post by The financial realities of living in modern America just don’t quite add up for an ever-increasing percentage of the population. Among America’s working poor—folks in financial...
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    How Your Credit Can Affect Future Job Prospects
    Say you've just been offered the job of your dreams! You're excited! The employer's excited! But just before your new employer can officially offer you the job, he or she asks you to fill out a background check form, and incl...
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