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Managing Your Credit
Survivors often face ruined credit after abuse. Find out about free resources that help you check and repair credit safely.
These external articles answer questions about your credit score, who can assess the information, how you obtain your report, strategies to rebuild credit and more.
This external site can answer questions about your score, disputing credit information, fraud alerts, requesting reports, and more.
New rules for credit card companies went into effect on February 22, 2010. Take a look at what your credit card company has to do for you.
External link to a brochure by the Consumer Rights for Domestic Violence Survivors Initiative.
Learn about six clear steps to take to improve your credit score.
Find out ways to protect your information from third parties and deter identity theft.
What is credit counseling and how can it help?
The Federal Trade Commission website is full of helpful information about debt, credit, budgeting, owning a car and more.
'Your Money Helpline', a resource created by the Financial Education Partners Network (FEPN), is a tool for professionals working with clients to offer referrals to resources and answers to basic financial questions. Topics include: debt and credit, student loans, mortgage refinance and foreclosure issues, budgeting, insurance, public benefits and more.