2012 is coming to an end, and we hope 2013 brings you a wealth of credit repair success. To help you prepare for the New Year, we have tallied a list of the top 10 blog posts based on your traffic and feedback. Start the year off right by taking another look at these favorites.
Thou shalt not ruin your credit score! Comprised of the 10 most important credit commandments, this article offers a foundation for protecting and sustaining your score.
Do you need better credit in a hurry? This article offers the quickest and easiest ways to breathe some life into a faltering score. Give these tips a try before applying for a new loan or other endeavors that rely on a sturdy credit history.
Credit damage is the undoubted byproduct of foreclosure and bankruptcy, but which path is less harmful? Should you attempt to save your home or cut your losses and move on? Consider the factors in this article while making your decision. Damage control is an essential part of credit repair.
Five Effective Ways—Speaking of damage control, you’ll need it in spades if you filed for bankruptcy this year. Begin 2013 with a fresh start and a proactive attitude. Your financial future depends on positive action.
Credit repair poison is listed here. Do yourself a favor and avoid these blunders at all costs.
Many credit repair woes are caused by misinformation. Take a look at this article if you are unsure about how certain actions affect your credit score. A little knowledge could add up to a better future.
U.S. unemployment was consistently awful this year. If you are among the millions affected, you understand the challenge of paying the bills without a steady income. Keep your credit score safe in 2013 by following the tips listed here.
Impulsive decisions make for unfortunate outcomes like the ones listed in this article. Put yourself on the best path by learning from others’ mistakes.
The U.S. economy has taken its toll on the population, but is the relationship symbiotic? Read this article to learn more about how the recession has affected the middle class, and how individual responsibility affects the economy.
Gather some credit repair “auld lang syne” by reflecting on our advice at the end of 2011. It’s never too late to learn from lessons past.