How strong is your knowledge of credit?

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When it comes to credit, knowledge can pay off – literally. Understanding what’s going on with your credit history and credit scores can help you build a strong financial foundation, even if you don’t plan on applying for a credit card anytime soon. Since your credit history and credit scores can help you determine everything from apartment rentals and car loans to mortgage approval, understanding where you stand and how improving your credit can help put you in a position of strength for the future.

Find out how well you understand credit by playing this game, then find out how Experian can help you continue to build your credit knowledge with its free New to Credit program, available through the Experian app.

Establishing credit doesn’t have to be overwhelming – and you don’t have to do it yourself. If you’re new to credit, Experian can help. Download the Experian Go app to access their free New to Credit program. There you can quickly and easily start your personal credit journey. Building and understanding credit is a journey. By starting it now, you could achieve your financial goals in the future.

From Experian:

Experian is committed to helping you protect, understand and improve your credit. If you’re new to credit, Experian presents a free program tailored to get you started quickly and easily on your own personal credit journey. With our free app, you can view your credit information in an easy-to-navigate format. Your credit and debt summary includes how much you spend, how much debt you have, what your credit limits are , and how it all affects your use of credit. View your Experian credit report and FICO®* score anytime, anywhere on your phone or tablet. Includes free access to Experian BoostTM, Experian credit monitoring with alerts. No purchase necessary. Learn more and download the app at Experian.

Average users who received a boost improved their FICO® 8 score based on Experian data by 13 points. Some may not see an improvement in scores or approval ratings. Not all lenders use credit information impacted by Experian BoostTM.

* Credit score calculated based on the FICO® Score 8 model. Your lender or insurer may use a FICO® score different from the FICO® score 8, or another type of credit score. Learn more.

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