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Taking Charge of Your Credit Report

Time to Read: 
4 minutes
Reviewed: 
January 2018
Jurisdiction: 
This information applies to British Columbia, Canada

Your credit report shows your history of paying bills and borrowing money. It's used to calculate your credit score. Banks, businesses and others look at your credit report and credit score to decide whether to hire you, lend you money or do business with you. It's a good idea to review your credit report regularly.

Here are five key things you should know about your credit report.

Learn more about credit reports, including how you can improve your credit score.

Reviewed for legal accuracy by

Hamilton Duncan

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