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Here's why your credit score might increase on July 1

All civil judgments and at least 60 percent of tax liens will be removed from U.S. credit reports on Saturday, July 1, as a result of policy changes from the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. Civil Judgment: Order from a judge to pay money owed after losing a lawsuit. Tax Lien: Prevents you from selling property, such as a house or car, before satisfying unpaid tax obligation.
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