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Becoming credit savvy
Learn to navigate the sometimes treacherous credit landscape until 2010, when new consumer protection rules kick in.
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PART 13 PART 14 PART 15 PART 16 PART 17 PART 18
PART 18: Fast track to becoming credit savvy
Three-quarters of Americans have at least one credit card. Exploit them to your advantage and enhance your life.
 
Overview
All credit cards are not created equal
The fascinating history of credit cards
ABCs of credit reports
How credit reports and scores evolved
Take action
7 ways to trash your credit score
Dealing with lower credit limits
The credit score you need to score a loan
How to be a savvy credit cardholder
How to build a credit score from scratch
Boost your credit score post-bankruptcy
 
Spotlight
Author Amelia Warren Tyagi's formula
Expert Emily Peters: credit changes not fair
Ruth Susswein on credit pros and cons
Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., looks out for you
 
Poll
National poll: Americans dislike credit cards
Online poll: How important is credit to you?
 
Tools & resources
Work sheets, video, glossary and much more

 

 

 

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