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A Kindergartener’s Guide to Credit Repair

April 10th, 2014 by Sarah

Depending on your childhood, elementary school was either a wonderful experience or an assault on your miniature psyche. Either way, you likely retained some fundamental information about all the major subjects from your teachers. Lucky for you, some of those age-old lessons are just as applicable in your adult life. Follow your kindergarten teacher’s rules on the path to credit repair.

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New Goals: 7 Credit Repair Challenges to Tackle

April 8th, 2014 by Sarah

Credit repair is a cyclical process, filled with legal documents and correspondence during the typical 30-day response time. While you’re waiting for results, why not challenge yourself during the same 30 days? Tackle these goals next month to further your credit repair efforts. Additional action could lead to larger rewards. continue reading “New Goals: 7 Credit Repair Challenges to Tackle” »

Top 10 Credit Repair Articles Of 2013

December 19th, 2013 by Sarah

As 2013 comes to an end, you may be ready for a fresh start and a fresh look at credit repair. Before making any New Year’s resolutions, take a look back at our most popular blog posts this year. What you find will help you strengthen your credit repair efforts in 2014. continue reading “Top 10 Credit Repair Articles Of 2013″ »

Patience and Credit Repair: What Can We Learn?

November 19th, 2013 by Sarah

Is patience really a virtue? When it comes to credit scoring, the empirical answer is yes. A study published by the Association for Psychological Science found that impatient people are more likely to have lower credit scores. Researchers recruited 437 volunteers with similar financial backgrounds to participate in the study. Each volunteer was taken through their annual tax preparation and given a choice between an immediate, small return, or a larger return in the future. Participants who were unwilling to wait for the larger reward had the lowest credit scores.

Behavioral science has taught us the value of waiting for gratification and the correlation between impatience and loss. If you’ve ever heard of Walter Mischel’s marshmallow experiment, you understand why waiting is difficult, but ultimately worthwhile (view an example here).

So, what can we learn from these studies when it comes to personal finance and credit repair? Impatience has the power to damage your finances in many ways, including: continue reading “Patience and Credit Repair: What Can We Learn?” »

Credit Repair Lessons Learned in a Furniture Store

November 6th, 2013 by Sarah

You don’t have to be a financial guru to understand the importance of credit repair. If you look hard enough, you’ll find examples in the unlikeliest of places. I discovered a recent example during a trip to buy furniture. While my initial goal was to furnish my home, what I found was the perfect metaphor for the struggles facing every consumer on a daily basis: the pressure of high prices, temptation from outside forces, and the need to budget effectively. Take these lessons with you the next time you’re faced with a challenging financial decision. Their morals apply to more than furniture. continue reading “Credit Repair Lessons Learned in a Furniture Store” »


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