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How do I show I am retired?
No longer employed at Service Champ.

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You can notify the CRA's

You can simply write a note and mail it to one of the Credit Reporting agencies. 

But it really doesn't matter to your credit report.  The truth is they don't care. That information gets on your report when a creditor uses it to verify an account. Most of us have incomplete work histories on our credit reports because its not info that they track closely.  

All the CRA's care about is how much credit you have and how well you manage it. 

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Retirement not related to credit

Retirement has nothing to do with credit.  Credit bureaus do not report such things. Retired people get credit all the time (buy RVs, go on vacations, buy downsized home). Why do you want to "SHOW" you are retired?  Is it to deal with creditors and your inability to repay existing debt?  That is a totally different topic. 

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