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The best place to start is to check your current credit score and monitor it going forward. Our free Credit Manager tool is full of great tools to help you build and i...
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Debt Optimizer analyzes your debt and suggests simple actions to lower interest rates, reduce monthly payments and lift your credit score. Simply log in to your Debt O...
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The thing to remember when you're working to improve your credit score is that it's much more of a marathon than it is a sprint. You can make small improvements each m...
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Public records stay on credit reports for 10 years, whether they are paid or unpaid. It is important to make sure the status is accurate (if they're paid, they should...
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