Attorney General Kelly Urges Consumers to Review Their Credit as Part of New Year’s Financial PlanningJanuary 5, 2012
Attorney General Kelly Urges Consumers to Review Their Credit as Part of New Year’s Financial Planning
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HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan. 4 — The Pennsylvania Attorney General issued the following news release:
Attorney General Linda Kelly recommends that consumers add a careful review of their credit information to their list of New Year’s resolutions.
“The start of a new year is a time when many people make plans to change old habits and improve their lives, like exercising more or losing weight,” Kelly said. “Credit issues can have a major impact on your life, so we urge consumers to consider ‘healthy credit’ as part of their planning for 2012.”
Kelly noted that many consumers only think about credit when planning a major purchase, like buying a home or a car, which is the worst time to learn about negative credit information. She encouraged consumers to regularly check their credit history and financial accounts for signs of potential problems and be proactive when dealing with those issues.
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