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    Nikhil Wason

    Most definitely! As a parent, I would always worry about how my kids will handle their finances in the future. Will they be responsible enough to manage their own money? Will they have a good score that will enable them to get the best out of loans and mortgages? Questions like these often cloud my thoughts. It is therefore important that I prepare them for what's to come. And as part of the preparation, I need to make sure they will have a flawless credit record. 

    Kids normally shouldn't have any credit except in instances when parents assign them as authorized users of their credit card. Hence, if anything suspicious comes up, make sure you check if your child has a credit report. Checking your child's credit report will give you the peace of mind knowing that your child's identity hasn't been compromised. If it has been, then you can take the necessary actions to correct even before they would need their credit report for loans. 

    Here's how you can get your child's credit report --


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