Most people are under the assumption that improving their credit score is a long and tedious process. While it certainly canâ€™t be done overnight, raising your credit doesnâ€™t have to be difficult. Here are a few simple steps to get you on the path to a better credit score.
If your student loans are in default, you will want to read this. Your options, the pros and the cons and where to get help.
If you follow a few sure-fire steps, you can build your credit enough to buy your own house or your own car. Here are five steps to take to get your credit where it needs to be.
There is not a lot that hurts your finances more than having collectors calling and collection accounts on your credit report. However, chasing those accounts may not be the best use of your time.
What does it take to hit the top of the credit score scale?
One client shares his story of becoming debt free and building a wonderful credit future.
Getting credit can be difficult if you do not already have credit. Learn what FICO has come up with to help people build a good history using their normal bills.
The idea is great, ask a debt collector for proof you owe a debt and if they cannot produce it, you do not have to pay. However, the reality of using this tactic may yield very different results.
We have heard that applying for credit can impact our credit score. One or two inquiries may have little effect on the numbers, but having several in a year can take its toll. Those applications can have a greater negative effect if they are for credit card accounts.
Everyday we are inundated by articles, sound bites, Tweets, and commercials telling us how we should be managing our money. But we all have choices and finding an unbiased person to help you make those important financial decisions can be critical to your success.