Understand Your Credit Report

If you’ve ever applied for credit or opened a credit card account, you have a credit report. This report serves as a summary of many of your financial decisions, especially those related to debt. The report can determine how much you paid when you bought a car or home and can even influence whether you get a loan at all. Here’s what to expect from your credit report and how to handle it. For more information, see the following resource.

This infographic was created by Stein Saks, a credit report dispute attorney