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How to Erase a Tax Lien from Your Credit Report
A federal tax lien is one of those stubborn things that can stay on your credit report for years – actually seven full years after they have been paid in full. With a tax lien on your credit report, you may as well stamp “denied” on new credit applications. Not only will your credit score drop by between 50 and 200 points, you’ll also have a...
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National Consumer Assistance Plan – BIG News for your Credit Report
There are new reasons to take a close look at your credit report - The National Consumer Assistance Plan. In 2015, all three Credit Reporting Agencies (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion) agreed to create and enforce this updated set of regulations called the National Consumer Assistance Plan. You can kind of think of it as a booster shot for the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The Fair...
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