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Have you seen your credit report lately?

Whether you're buying a new home, applying for an auto loan or simply taking a more active role in your finances, understanding and protecting your credit is one of the wisest moves you can make. Not to mention better credit can mean lower interest rates on your loans.

Military life can take a toll on your finances if you are not careful. Relocating frequently, being called up from reserves and serving overseas can all complicate your financial profile and can make a mess of your credit. Military.com has partnered with TrueCredit, a leading provider of consumer credit products, to offer you award-winning credit reports, credit scores, monitoring services and educational tools. From detailed 3-in-1 Credit Reports to Fraud Alert emails, you'll find all the tools you need to manage your credit and maintain your finances.

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Good credit can help you get lower interest rates and save you money. As a member of Military.com, get free credit counseling and learn how to manage your money better. Click Here.


Visit our Learning Center for information on personal credit management basics and identity theft protection.

  • Introduction to credit
  • Understanding credit reports
  • Improving your credit


    If you're on active duty or being deployed, you're eligible for relief from your civil financial responsibilities under the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1940.

  • Active Duty Financial Preparation
  • Reserve & Guard Financial Preparation
  • Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act


  • Introduction to credit
  • Understanding credit reports
  • Understanding credit scores
  • Credit reporting agencies
  • Factors lenders consider
  • Your credit rights


  • Improving your credit
  • Dealing with debt
  • Error resolution
  • Choosing a credit card
  • Choosing a mortgage
  • Choosing an auto loan


  • Home buying guide
  • Car buying guide


  • Marketing and your credit
  • Your legal rights
  • Contact info for opting out
  • Letter templates for opting out


  • Credit basics FAQs
  • Credit management FAQs
  • Potential credit problems FAQs
  • Resolving credit errors FAQs
  • Debt and bankruptcy FAQs

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