Category: Credit Repair

Continuing to Improve Your Credit Score After Credit Repair

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This is a guest post from BadCredit.org. 

When your credit scores are bogged down by inaccurate information, credit repair is a great way to clean up your report, and potentially improve your credit scores. If the mistaken accounts were the only blemishes on your credit history, you can now enjoy a happy financial future (assuming you continue down the right credit path, of course).

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How to Improve Credit in a Single-Income Household

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Millions of U.S. households live on a single income. Whether your family consists of a working spouse and stay-at-home spouse or you are a single parent, living on one paycheck can be a challenge. Limited funds may leave you feeling discouraged about credit repair, but there is good news: everyone can afford to improve their lives with the right strategy. Consider the initiatives below. They will help you focus on credit score improvement, regardless of your income.

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Five Credit Tips You Can Use This Week

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Ever feel like you just can’t get out from under your credit problems? Whether you’re just starting out in your credit journey, have started getting your credit act together, or are even working with a professional credit repair company, there are some things you can do this week to help improve your credit report and score.

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Five Signs You Need Credit Repair

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Credit is the key that unlocks doors to educational funding, life’s milestones (i.e., buying a house) and even securing a good job. Put simply, you can’t afford to ignore it. If you are a credit newbie, you may be wondering if credit repair is the next step. While every person has a different path, there are a few telltale signs that your scores could use some work, including:

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Do’s and Don’ts of Paying Off Debt Early

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Debt is a negative word in many households, often depicting stress, credit damage and income loss. Many people are anxious to pay off all debts as soon as possible to rid themselves of the risks and emotional side effects. Although too much debt can definitely cause these outcomes, using it as a tool can lead to positive results.

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