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How to Build Your Credit Score

People are often surprised to learn what their credit score number is — and even more amazed to see how quickly their financial activity can cause it to go up or down. There’s no reason to track your score every day or even every week. Once a year is usually enough, but some experts suggest checking your credit once a month just to make sure you’re doing what you need to keep it “healthy.” And don’t worry, no matter how often you check it, all that peeking will not negatively impact your score.

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