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(BPT) – The COVID-19 outbreak has many Americans quickly trying to adjust to a new normal. Considering the vast changes in daily life, we are all concerned about finances and wondering how credit scores and credit reports may be impacted. Rod Griffin, from Experian, shares steps you can take to maintain your financial health as well as social media platforms where you can interact live and have your questions answered.

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